Having had the past 2 weeks to have a lie-in in the morning, Nelly decided that today was the day she would sleep in until 8am. Or maybe she was just hiding under the covers, lurking in the hope I would forget all about her and the fact it was the first day of term. With Nelly safely despatched into the arms of Reception class, me and Isla did what we do best - off to the cafe to eat some cake.
Later on, I managed to get a bit of work done, and I got these pictures scanned in that I've been meaning to do for a couple of days. The first is a totally out-there children's book that I picked up at the Car Boot sale on Sunday. It's the adventures of a little girl called Poppet and her gang of animals who live on an island. The pictures are rocking my world at the moment.
These are some Hungarian playing cards that we also got at a Car Boot sale a while back that we played with a couple of times over the Easter hols - it's basically Old Maid, but with funky little Hungarian kids and animals. I love the way the kids have a "stained glass" look, with that dark outline around them.