[If you want to play along with the Summertime Photography Scavenger Hunt then make sure to visit Rinda over at Gallo Organico for all the details.]
So ... I've got another item to cross off my list ... but I'm pretty sure you're going to accuse me of cheating.
And yet ... here it is anyway ... [I'm a rebel like that.]
Item No.16: A windmill
During the summer I work from home and my days are as flexible as my deadlines and self-discipline will allow. And on some of those days - although far fewer than you might imagine - I take myself out on a little shopping trip. The kind that doesn't involve bread, milk and toilet roll.
And so, after doing a spot of invoicing over breakfast ... I decided I'd worked hard enough over the previous week that a new dress might just be in order. So out I went. Which is what I was doing when I realised that I actually didn't need to go hunting out that windmill ... and that I had one with me all along.
[I know... it's like the ruby slippers of the bag world!]
I was in my car, leaning over into the passenger seat, rummaging in my bag to check I'd put my phone in there, when I spotted it:
And on the outside of the bag ... another windmill for good measure:
So that's my case for adding this windmill logo to my list of summertime treasures found! I know it's not a 'real' one ... but then neither were the giants that Don Quixote thought he'd found when he spotted windmills in the distance!
Needless to say ... if I find a 'real' one [a real windmill that is ... not a real giant ... ] I'll snap that too.
p.s: If you're a Month-in-Numbers blogger/doer/sharer [hey, we need to work on a better title for us all than that one ...] then just a reminder that we're getting to that time.
- My numbers will be here on Sunday ...
- ... but you're welcome to join me anytime afterwards.
- And if you fancy joining in but haven't been counting anything all month - don't let that stop you ... just flip through the photos you've taken or your diary / blog / Twitter feed / Facebook timeline / Instagram ... anywhere you keep a record of your days ... and just pick out some facts and figures from there. Sorted!