#Project366 275/366 to 279/366

I got a bit lazy this week with posting everyday so by Wednesday I decided to keep them all for a collage.

Working from the top:

The jalapenos are growing and this is the biggest one.

I found my gold bear! My son bought this for me a couple of years ago and it had gone missing. I found it in the storage box that I keep my winter sweaters in!

Chilli in the slow cooker ready for when we come back from the cinema.

My 2 seater sofa after it was returned from the furniture clinic.. new padding in the seats making it look like new!

Ashley loving posing for Nana! Picture of the week!!

 

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8 comments on “#Project366 275/366 to 279/366

  1. Gorgeous dimples! Great idea using the slow cooker, must be nice to come home to find dinner ready!!

    • Sue says:

      I either put the slow cooker on or delve into the freezer. I always make enough spag bol/ pasta dishes/ lasagne /curry / casserole to put into portions to freeze ready for our Orange Wednesday!

  2. Nikki Thomas says:

    Lovely collage! It is too difficult to post everyday, I have always done a weekly round up!

  3. TheBoyandMe says:

    What a gorgeous little boy!

    Thanks for linking up

  4. jenny Paulin says:

    i like to see a photo collage! mmmm slow cooker chilli i use my slow cooker so much! such a fab kitchen gadget to have! and your grandson has a very cheeky grin x

    • Sue says:

      Woo this was the 500th comment on my blog!!!
      My slow cooker is the best £15 I’ve ever spent for the kitchen.
      Ashley usually looks like he’s looking over a pair of glasses in pictures..this is a rare one where he looked straight at me..cheeky monkey!

  5. wow can’t believe you have managed to grow jalapenos we love them, but have never been able to grow them ourselves. 😦

    • Sue says:

      Really easy. Just pop the plant in a pot on the windowsill. keep it watered and give a feed now and then. Hardest thing is keeping the flowers on the plant, slightest movement and they fall off!!

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