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curiouswombat in photo_scavenger

Heart Challenge.

I knew exactly what I was going to go and take a picture of for this challenge. Almost every day I have driven past the village library and thought 'I will come down on Friday, when I have a day off, and take a picture'. The windows were decorated with chains of hearts bearing the message 'Love your Library' - it was perfect.

So this morning I walked down with my camera - and found they had redone the windows last night...

I have, therefore, been through my archives to bring you this -

365 Week 3 Tuesday

Hearts full of love made by the five and six year olds to give to their mothers on Mothering Sunday. Each one had little slips of paper inside with all the reasons why the child loved his or her mother.

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Ha, that's why I grabbed the heart cake while they were still (just) in the shops! But these are very sweet -- I always love decorative leaves like that, but they are the sort of thing I see in shops, and covet, and know that I would never use.
The leaves are pretty - but are only, really, useful for this sort of thing.
Too bad about the library, but I think you found a very lovely back-up plan. I especially love the one with the leaves. They look almost like feathers.
The skeletal leaves are really pretty - but not much use for anything except this sort of thing, to be honest!
I would have thought the "love" window would have been left up through the month of February!

Aww, I loved things like that from our two when they were little. Shoot, I'd love something like that now!
I fully expected the 'love' window to be up for a bit longer, too!

I used to like getting wee things like that when D-d was little too - but I get a lot of pleasure from helping this next generation make them for their mums.
Awww, how sweet.

The "Love your Library" window would have been cool.