Remember this post? It’s Alive! Look what has happened Here is a closer look at the crime scene I was taking the plants out for some sunshine when the bowl just slipped out of my hands! R.I.P Advertisements
Between sticking up plaster board and plastering I have managed to find some time to do some shopping for the lounge/dinning room and I thought I would give you all a sneak peek! Shaggy Rug! White wooden blinds! …and I would like to introduce you to Normann It’s true, I have had a serious crush on… Continue reading I’ve Been Shopping!
While Dan started putting up the first of the plaster board in the lounge/dinning room the kids and I escaped to the kitchen to do some Sunday baking and we created these Feijoa muffins with Lemon icing. We just replaced banana with Feijoa in a banana bread recipe and put the mix in muffin tins instead of… Continue reading Feijoa Muffins With Lemon Icing
Try planting garlic! That is what I got up to today, at $20 a kilo and sometimes more for New Zealand grown garlic it’s not surprising that we are over run with vampires these days. I have never grown garlic before but i thought I would give it a go this year because I use it so much in my… Continue reading Have You Got A Vampire Problem?
We had the electrician in yesterday and we had the new electric and light switches wired in, here are what the old switches looked like… …here are the new switches huge improvement! We have been living without working lights in the hallway, completely my fault I put my hand up, it was me! I may not have… Continue reading Now that the lights are on…
Before I was myself you made me, me With love and patience, discipline and tears, Then bit by bit stepped back to set me free, Allowing me to sail upon my sea, Though well within the headlands of your fears. Before I was myself you made me, me With dreams enough of what I… Continue reading You Made Me, Me.
It felt good to complete something this week and here are the results of my labour I sanded scraped filled sanded again and painted the door a couple of times but it was all worth it, the hundred year old glass looks like new! There was a one inch border of pink paint I carefully scraped off the glass… Continue reading Behind Door Number One