Sometimes the eye is deceived, & sometimes everyday objects can seem puzzling when viewed from an odd perspective.
I guess this explains why, if six people witness an event, there will be six 'true' accounts of what happened.
This pic is deceptive, in that it appears to be of a distant fire. It was a nice bright sunset, but the tree in the distance is obscuring the 'flames' created by the sun on the clouds. The wisps of cloud look for all the world like smoke drifting up from the seat of the fire.
Yesterday was a beautiful day, up to a point.
The morning was glorious, no humidity, a light breeze, bluer than blue sky.
Seemed the perfect Autumn day.
So we took our Sunday papers outside & sat at the table reading.
Meggie is sitting at one end of the table, GOM at the other.
"What are those 2 stainless steel balls on your chest?"
Meggie, stunned, "What?"
G, "Those two balls on your chest!"
M, suddenly remembering what she is wearing,
"Oh! That is the decoration on my T shirt".
And this is my little travel iron. It was the first time I had got it out to actually see if it worked.
I couldn't figure out the assembly, yesterday, & yet the day before I had it all together.
After fiddling about with it for a while, I put it aside. Then some good friends called around, & we all had a play with it. By then the weather had turned very very humid, & we sat about sweating outside, & playing with the dinky iron. As L said, "Party games for adults"
B solved the mystery of how to get the water into the tank, & it does work! but it leaks a bit & doesnt hold much water, so we decided to leave the spray off.
I test 'drove' it, it is fine, & I will just use spray bottle like Joyce.
I think I will remove the tank holder from the handle to use it.The blocks on my machine are the bright ones, which I still havent decided how to sash. Several different ideas have occurred to me, but I havent had time to get to sew..... I suppose if I spent less time blogging, I could spend more time sewing. Haha!