I hope that the people who made the Lego model of the museum realise how carefully it's studied by the clientele. It was worth the many, many hours of fiddly work that they put into it.
This is her favourite butterfly. Again, pinned to a board, so a bit urgh, but she's unbothered by this.
It was a beautiful sunny day, though windy.
This is a somewhat fiendishly difficult sort of jigsaw thing, aimed at teaching the food chain (ugh).
Happily, Granddaughter is currently unware of the redness in tooth and claw of nature. Not to say humankind.
Joy, o joy, Daughter 2 has been here this week from London to go to a meeting and then to work in the local office of her firm. She very kindly brought gifts.
Maybe I am a real quilter after all if the evidence is that I keep seeing potential ideas in unrelated scenes, such as this shot of Jeremy Paxman on University Challenge. The colours weren't quite as they look here: the blue was royaler, the green was mintier and the beige was golder, and the whole picture made me think of a rather attractive quilt. Though Jeremy Paxman wouldn't, ideally, feature in this. (Urgh.)