Last post I was really excited that I had discovered using skirt hangers to hang my flimsies; I had bought a 5-pack of hangers and even had a spare one!! Connie commented that she also used these for hanging blocks on----so now I have a new home for my partially joined hexie-flowers, they were starting to get in the way; thank you Connie!!
My day-by-day shot for Saturday showed our son and his wife just arrived from Melbourne for an extended weekend, primarily to see Granny and Pop. The MOML and I took them down to see them. Here are my favourite photos from the visit —
|Pop taking BB for a walk around the orchard. Think these are the walnuts,|
or are they the chestnuts? I know they are not the hazelnuts!
|They are still walking and exploring, Each tree has a story.|
|Dad and I sitting back and watching—|
|—the MOML redoing a fence. Tokoroa Ash soils lovely to|
dig in - a change from Northland Clay!! He fenced all
weekend, even in the pouring rain.
|My sister and her family came over for tea. Here's her and I with Mum.|
|Me and my Big Boy. Even though he's ALL grown up it still takes a long time|
to get a photo of him smiling, and not pulling a face!!
|It wasn't all red wine! While there, I wrote out Apple Tree labels.|
The name of this tree really tickled my fancy and got my imagination
going - a good cropper I imagine!
Thank you for visiting!! I hope everyone is having a great week (Oops, I've just realised it's just about the weekend again!!)