Shellac 78rpm records. One record two sides this particular Album has six records numbered 1-2. 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12. This is how you listened to the whole Album before LP's.
This little bone china shoe, once belonged to my grandmother. It is less than two inches wide.
In my hand(s)
This is a picture of the Super Moon from last week. It was still showing in the morning light
Rule of thirds
The two shops begin with H are below the House where Robert Burns lived in Edinburgh
I use this tool a lot. My ruler and knitting needle measure
This is the mechanism from a record player, that plays the records from the Album above
Yesterday 26th November was our son's 34th birthday. Holidaying somewhere in Mexico with his wife Anneka at the moment. He was born exactly four weeks before Christmas Eve
Which brings us to..........
...........Its that time of year again, and this year it definitely seems to have come along a lot quicker!
Please say you will.........?
Join me again in putting twenty-four little Christmas pictures on your blog as if it were an Advent Calendar?
Thursday is 1st December which means we start opening doors on the advent calendar!
Do any of you remember Advent calendars without chocolate? I used to love opening each door to see what the little picture that was hidden behind. Think my favourite pictures were the Angel and the Donkey.
Chocolate Advent calendars were quite expensive in the sixties, that is if they even existed then.
It could be a wintry scene, it could be just a picture of a Christmas card, little video anything leading up to 24th December. There are lots of Christmas pictures online, or it could be something from YouTube, or just a Christmas picture of your own
It would be lovely if lots of people could join in or link up...........
Just leave a comment and I will list you all who are joining in.
1) You don't have to follow this blog if you would like to join in but would be rather nice if you were a follower.....
2) Put a photo of something christmassy on your blog everyday from 1st to 24th December.
This can be from the computer, You Tube, or your own personal pictures.
3) Have fun choosing pictures and go and see what others have put on.
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