Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Black And Blue Or Over!

But thankfully not bruised!

Its only my outfit.

Hasn't it been lovely being in the sun shine?

Whiska's has thoroughly enjoyed it bless him.

I was all set to take some photos out in the sunshine when my neighbour insisted on having a chat!
(I felt a little awkward after that as she insisted on gawping over the fence!)

So back in door I went.

This was actually my outfit for work on Tuesday, I've been so busy I've not really had time to take as many photos as I would have liked for the blog.

Curse you work!

If only I could win the lottery....

Mind you I'd have to buy a ticket first!

X x


  1. WONDERFUL Post.thanks for share..

  2. lol i know right?!
    about the lottery and lack of ticket that is lol

  3. I say the same, i plan how i would spend my win but never buy a ticket.

  4. Is that Sipderman hiding in your daffodils? Loving your dress, I'm not normally a fan of black and blue but I really like this, just goes to show you should never say never...

  5. I'm fairly certain I should have won the lottery by now if I ever remembered to buy a ticket!

  6. Haha nosey neighbours are annoying!


  7. i watched The Syndicate last night, it was quite funny :0 I might buy a ticket this week!

    1. Oh how funny was that! I'll never win as I don't buy a ticket. lol

      X x

  8. hmm I fel the same wish I could win the lotto.

    Lovely photos you look fab x

  9. The Luckin Coffee accounting scandal has brought renewed attention to the transparency problems linked to US-listed companies from China.

  10. Last month, Luckin shares crashed more than 75% after it disclosed that an internal investigation discovered fabricated transactions. The nosedive wiped out more than $5 billion of the company's market value, hurting US mom-and-pop investors in the process. Luckin, which went public a year ago, fired its CEO and chief operating officer on May 12.

  11. Investors often face a lack of transparency when it comes to Chinese stocks. China does not allow US audit watchdogs at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) to inspect audits of companies registered in China and Hong Kong.

  12. "It's asinine that we're giving Chinese companies the opportunity to exploit hardworking Americans — people who put their retirement and college savings in our exchanges — because we don't insist on examining their books," Senator John Neely Kennedy, a Republican from Louisiana who introduced the legislation, said in a statement. "There are plenty of markets all over the world open to cheaters, but America can't afford to be one of them."

  13. "It's important for investors to know that, because companies that are ultimately controlled by a foreign government are subject to the political whims of that government," Van Hollen said.


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