Yesterday, Dulcie and I walked for half an hour to get to Bounce and Rhyme at the local-but-one library, only to find out it wasn't on (this seems to be the story of our lives lately) so we had to wander through Partick to get to the park instead. Dulcie loves being able to walk on her own and I'm usually pretty happy to go at her snails' pace and stop to look at everything. I was particularly happy when she showed such an interest in this graffiti, which had already caught my eye and was destined to be photographed for blogging anyway. I do love a bit of good-humoured negativity when it comes to graffiti and this one did make me chuckle, even though I am quite fond of Scotland really.
Dulcie was absolutely determined to hang out at these railings, the little wall being just the right height for her to sit on. She hung around here for ages, just swinging off the railings and pulling the weeds out of the pavement. I thought she looked like something satright out of 1978 and was definitely rocking that urban-cool look, with street cred coming out of her ears... if only it wasn't for the handmade cardigan! Incidentally, Dulcie's cardigan has already been attracting compliments from total strangers, so is obviosuly a winner. Yay! Maybe that's why she made so many friends yesterday. Everywhere we went, people we'd never seen before were chatting to her and playing peekaboo and even giving her presents. Ah, the power of crochet! :)