Driving the Captain to school this morning, the boys in the back happily listening to Micheal Hordern's fabulous voice narrating Paddington. I was busy scanning the piles of green waste on the side of the road. Occasionally I find some great cuttings and this morning I scored big time:
A pile of silver birch branches!
Well, a couple of piles!
I forced myself to keep on driving. As tempted as I was to squeeze the bundles in the back between the boys car seats. (No room in the boot it is full of QF uniforms, manuals, bags and other Flight Attendant paraphernalia that I have to return to work. Yes, I resigned... but that is a blog post for another day!)
Anyway, dropped the Captain at school. Took the little one to swimming lessons, picked up some supplies for the morning... sushi for him, coffee for me and... hurray... the garbage truck hadn't done our street yet! I squashed some into the boot and the rest into the Captain's car seat and the space between the seats. Hope Husband doesn't read this bit... or the people that service the car...
Back to my find though, just look at how lovely they are:
Now what to do with them?
Maybe this gorgeous hand made Christmas tree that I spotted last year here.
Not sure if I have the skills to make these.
or these, but they are gorgeous and I am keen to try. Both images found here.
Now, this looks the best idea yet. I will have to have a word with the husband about making me one of these! Found here.