Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Terengganu loves purple

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Just what is it with mauve and purple and the state of Terengganu??

Just about every second building is painted in these two colours! Bus shelters and shops and stalls and lamp posts and street names: nothing could resists the public purple-painter person...

Did they get a cheap job lot?















Oh, and just to show that, yes, I can work anywhere, even when I am feeling lousy, here's my latest word count for Stormshifter on the picometer from the Writertopia website:

6 comments:

Elliott said...

Haha I love the purple! Where I live here in England my mum has painted the whole of our house purple - well, not the roof lol

Anyway I really should go: I have an RE GCSE exam today - wish me luck! :)

Glenda Larke said...

Absolutely! May all your brain cells be in top notch condition...

Jo said...

I do think it brightens the place up a lot. Some places can look so terribly dull. I must say I can't imagine a purple house in England. I am so glad I don't have to suffer through exams any more.

Elliott said...

haha well I've just come home from school and the exam went very well - it wasn't as hard as I thought ;).

Next exams friday: Citizenship and PE

Hopefully I'll be able to squeeze in a few chapters of Song of the Shiver Barrens before then (my favourite of the trilogy :) )

Glenda Larke said...

I dunno, I think I prefer buildings that blend into the environment myself.

Heavens Elliott - you have exams in PE? Phys Ed? Now that's one I would have failed...

Glad you enjoyed SotSB!!

Jo said...

If you live in dreary suburbia bright paintwork would help a lot I think. Maybe not in paradise conditions like Terengganu. Although it doesn't look bad in your pictures.