Not sure that I have any ‘Bright’ Pink but here’s what I found for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge this week.

A pale pink T-Shirt…


…It’s faded a bit since it was new 😦 Called ‘From Truckers with Love’, it was sold by SCS Software as part of a fund-raising event for Breast Cancer charities. You can read about the event here.

A Red Onion…


…They always look pink to me 🙂

Rear cover of The Bishops album, Cross Cuts…


…Quite a strong Pink that one!

Finally, some pink Coral…


…Detail from a Fornasetti tie.

And, yes, I have worn both items of clothing in this post! 😉

Middle of the Month and it’s time to join in with Clare’s Share You Desktop Challenge 😎 Clare’s got a rather nice Orchid adorning Her’s which you can see when you follow the link above. I have two desktops, so let’s start with the Gaming PC.

This time, instead of a shot of one of my trucks in the scenery, it’s the view I get from inside the cab of Azyet, my DAF XF 105.460…


The shot is taken as I pass through the tunnels of the Pyrenees on the Spanish side of the border with France. It was an overnight leg of a long-haul trip from Cordoba to Amsterdam with a load of Carrots, so it was darker outside than it was in the tunnel 😉 At the end of the tunnel, the lanes merge before joining another autoroute, so I’ve positioned myself to allow room for the ‘Bear to come across in front of me. There’s the usual array of ornaments on the dashboard and screen. Pennants including Le Tricolore – we are a French company. There’s also Monsieur Bibendum – the Michelin mascot – and a DAF mug for my tea. I’ve got a satnav stuck on the screen – the lady speaks to me in French – and I’ve got a pair of Michelin shades next to the wheel for when it’s sunny. Unfortunately, you can’t put them on in game 😉 As you can see from the gauges, we’re cruising at 80kph – that’s a good economy speed in top gear so, although much of the road network in Spain and France permits 90kph for trucks, we rarely go faster than 80 🙂

The Photo PC has something altogether more simple and also somewhat prettier…

7-spot Ladybird

A Ladybird, or Ladybug if you wish, on a Fresia leaf. There are many variations of Ladybird and this is the 7-spot. These are a friend of the gardener as they consume large numbers of aphids while in the larval and adult stages of their lifecycle. They’re also one of the most attractive of insects you come across regularly in summer.

After a weekend break it’s time to catch up with Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge 🙂

Let’s start with Crassula ovata…

Money Plant

…Growing from a single fallen, leaf it has just started to branch.

Meanwhile, in the garden…


…One of our resident snails foraging for algae on a fence post.

Another indoor plant, an Orchid…


…If you recognise the type of Orchid, please let me know in the comments!

Finally, something electro-mechanical…

Lit grill

…Do not adjust your eyes! 😉