Saturday, October 20, 2007

Scatterday Week 9

Hello Hello Hello, it's that day again! This week we are honoured by the letter P.


For my Sweet Thing I chose one of my favourite breakfasts - PORRIDGE. With a dribble of Vanilla Soy Milk and generous lashings of brown sugar. I love how the brown sugar melts on the top.

Next is Metal, and for that category I chose a PADLOCK. You could say it's a PERMANENT PADLOCK now as it has completely rusted up. Which is just fine as it is keeping an old gate closed that we don't use any more.

And finally for Red I borrowed this cute PAIL from Meshell and plonked it amongst the English Daisies outside. It's a miniature pail, the intent being for it to hold Christmas lollies.

Next week will be Scatterday Week 10 (wow - already!). I plucked the letter J from the jar and Michelle has hauled out Pointy Things, Restaurant and Sport. hmmmm.....

6 comments:

Pennie & David said...

Now you see this is the clever thing about Scatterday... None of these ever crossed my mind!!! Clever you Dy! Don't know about 'J' though... that's hard methinks!!! Especially Pointy Things!!!!! Who thought up that Category?? Oh well I guess something or someone will jog me into thinking of something soon! LOL Pennie

Lissa Jane said...

Dy
I love porridge in the morning, not with soy milk, real milk + lacteeze tablets instead! and never thought to put brown sugar on it.. must try it!

J has me stumped, but I'll have a lookie in the hardware store I work in for pointy things, surely we have something pointy at work??? and no restaurant within 40kms starting with J here, so going to adlib there.. this is fun tho!

till next week
Lissa

Lindsay said...

Mmmmm porridge, always nice on a cold morning. I wanted to put chocolate as a sweet thing but couldn't work out how to get it to start with P.

Jodie said...

that litte red bucket is too cute. Oops I mean pail!
Jodie

Michelle Watters said...

Well done Dy. You take an excellent photo. But I want you out and about this week taking photos in the street. With no fear and no hysteria. I think you'll have to anyway - have you seen those categories? Who the dickens pulled them out?

Dianne said...

Well done, finding all these "r"s. I love porridge too, with lots of honey in it....