Category Archives: family

Upping sticks and off to a new home

Appropriately for so called gypsy week here in New Zealand, we have joined hundreds of sharemilkers and their herds as they move to new farms, and shifted to a new home in sunny Nelson. Needless to say, we have no … Continue reading

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A New Spring

Spring seems to be making an early arrival this year with the daffodils in my front lawn glowing yellow against the grass this morning. We have had some really mild, sunny days for July, warm sun on my face but … Continue reading

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‘What’s on my Workbench?’ Wednesday – Unpacking Stuff

My own workbench is standing alone and neglected this week. I am helping unpack my parents’  worldly goods as they return to their repaired and repainted home. They have been living out of suitcases for 8 weeks or so, and … Continue reading

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Postcard Number Five, A Beautiful Rose

The arrival of my fifth postcard heralds the end of this great swap – well almost as Kat’s card will arrive anytime soon. It has been fun watching and waiting for proper mail in amongst the bills and advertising, and … Continue reading

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Priorities – or ‘When Life Takes Over’!

Whew! A busy three weeks full of lovely visitors, people staying, and much cooking. All things that I truly love. But there is only so much of me to go around and some things have to drop to the wayside, … Continue reading

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