I’m so glad you all enjoyed participating in the “14 Day Contest”. I know I certainly stitched for more than 1 hour each day……and I suspect it’s time to let you in on the secret of my success!! The Golfer took me away to Merimbula for quite a few of those 14 days – cheating I know! Sorry.
As you can see from these pics, we had a mixed bag of weather
sunshine, rain, storms, clouds and rainbows, and some lovely displays at sunset
We visited our favourite cafe in Tathra. This time we had to sit inside; despite the sunshine the breeze was brisk and quite cool.
Spring flowers were way ahead of Victoria
While I was merrily stitching, The Golfer spent a bit of time outside, practicing his swing……with some friends!!
I’m sure they thought he was mad and would be much better off joining them for a good feed, than chasing a little white ball…….
We enjoyed a lunch at Pambula Beach
and took great delight in watching a young family of mum, dad, two toddlers and a baby playing on the sand and chasing/running away from the gentle waves on the beach
The squeals of pure joy from the toddlers as their fat little legs took them in and out of the water, racing to dad to “save” them from the waves caused us just as much amusement!
Even on a gloomy day, there were still sights that are definitely not found in suburbia!
Cafe coffees were a regular event in between golfing and stitching.
We only had about 3 days of sunshine where we could sit out on the patio of our apartment, but even still it was a lovely, relaxing, restful time.
I do like it up there!