The wonderful man in the Vodafone store this morning set up my phone as a hot spot. Hooray, I now have internet at home, our temporary home. It is limited, with just a small amount of data, so my time and comments might be short, but sweet.
Thank you all SO much for your loving and thoughtful words. Your comments have boosted me so much, we went from a freezing night to a heat wave, and in between, some gale winds. Tootled off to have morning tea with the new family in our previous home, what a delightful morning, and next time I hope to have a photo of Lady Raisin of Graestone, the tiniest loveliest little puppy of all. A miniature schnauzer, and she skipped round so happily.
Our new home is waiting, the Bernina is packed away. No photos here yet, but there are two little girl calves in the front paddock waiting for their turn to pose.
Meantime, some more archive photos.
Here is the Midnight Mystery quilt, waiting for the Gammill long arm!!
Night sky in November
A baby Finch in the red bird bath
Just in case, here is our new home.The garden is waiting.
Quotation of the day , ( I would add ,friends near and far) from Marcus Tullius Cicero,
“ If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need”
Greetings from Jean.