We have new babies! Its always exciting when the first chick cracks out of her egg. As you can see Blake is rapt with his first hold and cuddle. Here is one of the mother with, I think, six chicks (that you can see) that have hatched and another whole heap of eggs she’s still
This is my Monday job! That’s the little green forklift I get to hoon around in shifting chemicals and what not. Every Monday I get our order in and have to put it away and enter them onto the system. Monday’s are quite busy (yes … even for a little four-house town like Pingaring) and
This is Blake standing in front of some old machinery next to our house. Excuse his messy face, he just enjoyed a choc icecream. The irises behind him, which are in flower, are amazing. Why … because years ago, people before us had actually collected them from our local tip where they were growing wild.
This is my very talented Aunty painting a picture on their new dunny door at their daughter’s place. Things are never plain with my Aunty Di. Her house is full of photos and her toilet at home (outside dunny) is full of rubber spiders, mice, snakes, plants and paintings on the door and walls. For