We have flowers in the garden, a girl to make friends with, and those gorgeous morning skies.
Pinks, Alstromeria, red roses, and some snap dragons all add to a colourful display.
Then there is a small rose bush with red blooms, and hidden down low, the tiniest bird’s nest. We think she might be a sparrow, with 3 babies. But she is so fast to fly off, and I do not want to frighten her, a true identification will have to wait. Progress will be followed, we are all fascinated.
The morning skies have been stunning, and with a clear view to the Ruahine Range in the distance, no houses in between, I have crept out to get some shots.
Then there is a new friend, well there are two, but one has a name “ Panda”. They are about 7-8months old., and are a Hereford Dairy Cow Cross.
“Panda, “ is her name ,with those distinctive eyes, and a rip in her ear where she got the tag caught.
The other girl needs a name, the other day she stretched under the hot wire and had the sticky seeds from the forget-me-not flowers all over her face. Maybe she can be Brownie, as sometimes those biscuits have seeds in them???
We are in Limbo, move in day is the 7th December, and then the fun starts with a truck load arriving on the 10th, next one on the 12th, ( the truck is not massive ) and some trailer loads of outdoor plants in pots. This will be the sewing and quilting room, ample space, good lighting with big windows, some cupboards and shelves might have to be made fitted into the wall behind that open doorway.
Thank you so much for asking how we are, when we move, and all other messages, I am so thankful for all my friends everywhere who care.
My internet is limited, I am using data from my smart phone, the man in the Vodafone store assured me that 3GB would be ample!!! I had doubts, so am looking carefully each day to check that some data is still left.
Quotation of the day,author unknown
“Life is like a quilt, sometimes cut into pieces
and sewn together with care and love “
Greetings from Jean.