Thursday 19 April 2012


Oh my goodness! the blog format has changed . I'm hopeless with change . A few weeks ago I had a new lap top . I'm getting familiar with some things but picasa is different on it . I just use to bring up the pictures and add to my blog . Now it comes up with numbered files and I have no idea what is in where .

I did write this blog earlier but it went into an old defunct blog that isn't used any more .

Anyway I digress. On some blogs girls put personalised drawings of birds . Their own comical drawings . I love them . the birdies I add to my sewing are round fat ones . Today I found two that made me smile . One was on Button Floozies  the other on a site called , one I made earlier today .

I'm off to make jam tarts , at least I know how to make them .


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Chris H said...

I love your wee blue bird!
I didn't like the new blog interface either, but I changed over today and so far so good.

barb's creations said...

Love the birds,blue and yellow together are so yummy.The new blogger I'm slowly getting used to,but why did they have to fix something that wasn't broken?? :) Barb.

betting33 said...

Leach puts much of United's enduring popularity down to Matt Busby, the decorated manager who helped the club win the European Cup, five league titles and two FA Cups, as well as taking pre-season tours overseas to Europe, USA, Canada and South America at a time when football rarely got on TV.

syy577 said...

He also points to the Munich air disaster of 1958, which killed eight members of the "Busby Babes," only for Busby to rebuild the squad and lead United to European glory 10 years later.

dok222 said...

Some 350,000 visitors flock to the United museum at Old Trafford each year -- an "outrageous figure," according to Leach -- and Virtanen's Helsinki equivalent becomes the latest of a number of collections dotted around the globe.

ccclub700 said...

"From being a young kid and going to the matches with my dad and thinking, 'This is my team and everybody comes from Salford where I live,' to now thinking, 'It might be my team, but you know what, we belong to the world.'