Day 17 - Shells
Oops, missed the plural, so just shell then. I have dozens of shells, collected from all over Scotland, whenever I visit a beach I look out for interesting shells and sea glass. It makes for a happy day. Simple things and all.
Day 18 - Plants
For weeks we had beautiful violet-coloured hyacinths filling the living room with their rich, heady smell (or as youngest son put it "Wow, they stink!") The flowers are gone and the leaves are now gathering sunlight for the bulb. Yes, my disastrous gardening efforts are about to attempt to regrow hyacinths rather than chuck the bulbs in the compost.
We'll see what happens when the leaves finish their job and begin to die. Until then they are still resplendent in green.
Day 19 - Eggs
Oh dear, it looked okay but the dim February light was kinder than the camera on my phone. It didn't work as well as I thought and I didn't realise that until uploading the photograph.
Many years ago I visited Germany just before Easter and bought a set of plastic, decorative eggs. Hence the brown string. They now sit in a dish on the hearth.
Let's call this one a fail.
Day 20 - Bugs
Okay, see what I did here? Ho ho, clever clogs me.
In light of last week, when this bottle saw me through the night without coughing up a lung, I thought it apt.
A bit wonky but lots of fun to do and that's the point.