pal·in·drome ˈpalinˌdrōm/ noun:
A word, phrase, or sequence that reads the same backward as forward, e.g., madam or nurses run or a man, a plan, Panama!.
Good morning and welcome to a palindromic Wednesday (21.11.12!) I’m fond of palindromes – my niece Anna could say, ‘I’m a palindrome’ when she was very tiny. :o)
Anyway, I’m wittering – you’re here to see my desk which is ‘beginning to look a lot like Christmas’.
On the left are the cards I did with my mum and sister yesterday (see previous post) and on the right are some gift boxes I’ve been making for our ‘table presents’ on Christmas Day. Oh and my Washi tape collection (centre) has grown to needing a second jailer’s ring!
Right I’m off to hop round some more workdesks on What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday. Thanks for visiting mine.