Friday, February 29, 2008

Scatterday O - Week 28

Scatterday O - Week 28
Originally uploaded by dijobbins

When Michelle and Dy announced this week's assignment I almost choked on my orange juice, dropped my book and pricked my finger! However I need not have worried because, as you can see, I already had it sorted!

Our letter this week is O.

Something you would find in a library -
Books by the authors George Orwell (Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four) and Michael Ondaatje (In the Skin of a Lion and The English Patient).

Sweet things -
An orange.

Hawaiian -
An ornament I bought in Honolulu 16 years ago, a china thimble from the grand hotel, the Royal Hawaiian. Keep something long enough and it's bound to come in handy, eh?


  1. Amazing all of the nick nacks we buy when travelling

  2. LOL Di - well done to you. So easy when we put our minds to it.

  3. Ornament is very original, Di. Things eventually come in handy, that's why I never throw anything out! *grin*

  4. Of course Orwell! Never thought of him but there again I don't have a Lilliput Lane of his home and I needed to fit them in somewhere!

  5. Well done Di! I keep looking at my collection of thimbles, convinced that one Scatterday one of them will come in handy!


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