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Saturday Sewing

It’s getting on in the week, and I still haven’t caught you up on last weekend! Over a beautiful afternoon tea prepared by Kaye, and with Kaye sipping from her “Miss Fisher” teacup!  (same set as used by said Phyrne … Continue reading

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Trains, Kettles & White Wedding Dresses

Spent the first half of last week up with the Kettles.  Decided to go up by train; one of these new-fangled high speed things.  This new technology didn’t necessarily mean smooth sailing riding…… I made my way to our local … Continue reading

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This Week’s Adventures

B and I took a drive on Wednesday, which was another gorgeous Spring day full of the promise of what’s to come.  We headed north-ish out of town and traveled via State forests, looking lushisly green, passing full dams (woo … Continue reading

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A New Family Member

Had a lovely surprise visit from my Little-Big-Brother yesterday.  Little-Big-Brother?  Well, he’s younger than me, but a good 8 inches taller, hence Little-Big. When I answered the door he had in his arms the newest addition to the Little-Big-Brother/Doc-Sister-in-Law family.  … Continue reading

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A Country (re)Treat

At the end of last week, Helen, Kaye, Mrs Mac and I had the pleasure of visiting friends of Helen’s, Marion from this blog and Lois.  We met at Marion’s and for those of you familiar with Marion’s blog, you’ll … Continue reading

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From the City to the Country

Yesterday the Kettles and I went out to visit Cousin S and her dad; my uncle lives in the outer suburbs of Melbourne and has a small but very pretty garden. This gorgeous hibiscus bud flowers like this. The footpaths … Continue reading

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ANZAC Day/Easter Monday

Walked::  through fog this morning – it was eerily quiet, even the birds were subdued.  The only other sound was the occasional plink of water dripping from the trees.  A very sombre morning to remember a very sombre occasion. Remembered:: … Continue reading

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