Following the rhythms of the days and the seasons and making a few things along the way.
That is so sweet and the picture amazing! Wish we could see his(?) little face inside his new home....
Oh wow - I wish "our" (U.S.) possums were that adorable! I wouldn't be freaked out by them if ours were as cute as yours. :)
I'm with FroggyMamam--yours look like Bush Babies; ours look like giant rats...
Well done relocating the possum. How exciting that it really worked! If only we could do something similar for the garden eating ground hog under my shed.
Wow, I just googled the American Opposum... What nasty teeth they have! I have to agree that I prefer our invader whom i heard on the roof last night desperately trying to break back in... I guess we need to get back up there and investigate for holes, I'll put a hold on my banana cake baking.
i am your newest follower number 300 that's special don't you think .I was searching on the internet and was traveling blogging pinteresting and I found some beautiful dollmaking pictures somewhere and than I found where they came from ....and here I am .If I may I will make one myself for my beautiful granddaugther Eva who will celebrate her first birthday on may 24 .....I wanted to make her a doll but I was still waiting for the right idea and now I found it ......Its on an older blogpost where the dolls are lying in a circle .The dolls are a kind of craddled in .....Thank you so so so much for being here just when I was searching ....
I mean the swaddle dolls Beye beye
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