Here is another catch up post on what is happening, well happened in our lives lately.
You do know that a picture is worth a thousand words right?
So here are a thousand pictures, well not really, but it surely will have lots of images in this post.
In the summer of which we have had a very long dry spell of, we certainly do enjoy the swimming but it really gets to a point where we are hanging out for the Autumn season.
They asked if we wanted to go out for dinner but frankly I always love to celebrate at home with the blessings that are our children.
Jun is made from green tea and honey.
It has a lovely gentle flavour slightly less sharp.
Anzac Day parade as we do each year
First impressions are that it is highly effective. Now I just need to work out the cost comparisons between this and home made detergent
These are some of the books we have been reading lately :)
Another great spot for reading too
Our Autumn has a new cat that now lives in side. I have never been that fond of inside cats but this one is quite cute inside.
It was a very beautiful ball and the pre organisation was amazing. They did dance practise every week that they had to travel 1 1/2 hours to and were very dedicated.
Saxon was partner to one of Vellvin's friends and so the four of them spent some lovely times together.
Naturally Vellvin was so very beautiful!!
Saxon had a lovely time getting the little one to play with him.
I did get this beautiful sourdough starter sponge from the Emmer Flour too. It made lovely textured and tasty sourdough bread the children 'gobbled' up very quickly.
That means I get to stay up late and make felt birthday crowns and Saint Peg dolls.
We struggled for a few weeks with a lot of hay fever in the family as the weather seemed to be all over the place. Time for Home Made remedies that actually alleviate symptoms and don't harm the body in the process
Finally we are at the end of this pictorial tour :)
Really it is just a taste of every thing that is happening but still a taste is better than nothing right?
Blessings to you and your homes,