As nice as the photo is, it makes me a little unwell looking at it too. It looks like a serious ride, even though it doesn't seem like it should be. It looks very innocent and ferris-wheel-ish.Nice to see you, I was wondering how you were.
Yee-hahGood to hear your voice again.
Uuaahh..! That looks really impressive! The angle from which you took this photo gives it even a bigger swirl!!
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Classic shot, superbly taken
Ruth - it probably didn't help that I had been round twice already on the "cha cha"!I'm still here and I'm very well and very happy - thanks for thinking of me.
Thanks Julie, I'll keep my fingers crossed that I don't fall off the pace again (uh-huh, sounds like wishful thinking!).
blognote - it was a VERY big swirl.I tried to pretend to faint so the operator would stop it, but he was a cold-hearted sod!
Aw thanks Julie!!I feel a bit chuffed!
Babushie - sadly, I can't really take much credit for this one. It was an extraordinarily bright, sunny day and I couldn't see a thing on the screeny thing - I had to leave it all up to the camera and hope it came up trumps for me!
She's back!I thought that a bunyip must have eaten you.[I do like that the verification is 'PERMS'. Ever had one?]
Kris - just swallowed up by life.I may have had a perm - circa 1982.It may have been two hours of wasted effort, curling and squirting and stinking (??? what was it I was describing again??!!).Having dead straight hair (I am 1/16 chinese, you know - "my people" aren't renowned for their curls), the perm kinda "fell out".I've learnt to embrace my skanky aussie(/chinese) hair - as my husband calls it, he of the thick, wavy, soft, luxuriant locks (ie: pre chemo. post chemo - his hair looks like the rats have been at it).