We are off on an adventure today. See you tomorrow!! C WEATHER: Perfect. PS – in case you cannot work out the mystery of this hilarious image – it is Boo, me, then Amanda on the 4 Wheeler driving at speed. Ton is tucked…
Yesterday I took Amanda and both dogs and our little picnic of Pomegranate Champagne Cocktails on the newly repaired four wheeler down the seldom mown path to the Wild Forest.
Another day of shifting hay ahead of us. Us being Boo and I as poor old John is swamped in work so cannot help me this time. He is even working Saturday! It is all tractor work anyway.
For the last few mornings I have had the very best intentions. Get up at the usual time 5m, coffee, write, post, 6am,one hour of homework then out the door for chores, 7am. Not this week apparently!
“Is the wheel supposed to look like that? On a funny angle like that? Is that normal?” John had just got back from work. I needed him to look at the back wheels of the four wheeler before he got to the house and…
A more aptly named bull I have never met. Evidently this guy never misses a meal, makes lovely strong babies and is very gentle.
To get this post out and me into the shower. We roll Aunty Del and Tia over to visit the bull this morning.
The ducks are responding really well to their permanent quarters. Living in close proximity to the other birds and pigs has made all the difference. Not to mention me dragging my hoses through here twice a day.
The humidity is getting into my brain and turning it to mush.
What are you doing with your independence? Are you using it well?
ONE DROP MEADOW. My son the film maker has quit his day job, and following his dream, has begun a series of UTubes about the transformation of his Wellington, New Zealand garden from jungle to paradise. One Drop Meadow.