The sun is shining which is wonderful after a week that saw hailstones (bye bye a couple of seedlings), wind, … More
So for today’s Wordless Wednesday post….here are some pairs of fruits and vegetables! A bit different for Thistles and Kiwis, … More
On Sunday, we finally got to see the Katherine Mansfield House and Garden in Thorndon, Wellington. The author, Katherine Mansfield, … More
It’s the busiest time of year for me at work, and so it is important for me to think of … More
Here in the Southern Hemisphere we are transitioning from winter to spring. None of that ‘going back to school’ or end of summer here, but a joy that the days are getting longer and a sense that it is time to make plans.
There isn’t a lot new happening out there this week. The weather has been not bad for the time of … More
It is my birthday today. A grey morning, a rainy afternoon, and an even wetter evening. This morning I set … More
For the final Wordless Wednesday post from New Caledonia, we head over to Amédée Isle, a 40 minute boat trip from Noumea. The island is famous for its lighthouse, which was built in France and transported to New Caledonia, where it was first put into operation in 1865
It’s that time again for a round up of a few small pleasures from the week. Coming to you a day early again as I am off up to Rotorua.
What is nicer than taking a day off work in the middle of the week, when everyone else is at … More