The morning.

It's 5.30 am.It's cold and wet and still pitch dark outside.

The rain is pounding sideways and the trees are taking a battering, the leaves shine in the moonlight as they catch the light in the rain.

I just woke up. I came in from the shed at 12.00 p.m. and I fell asleep in the chair and stayed there all night.

From experience, Keith knows not to wake me to tell me …."go to bed"  I was putting the finishing touches to a presentation of the journey of making our joint quilt. It goes for 10 minutes and includes film of the outback and music to make you smile.

I had a lovely day yesterday, I caught up with an old friend in the morning and then Jamie look me to lunch. Joshy and Callie turned up too. We had a couple of hours sitting by the fire in the restaurant, coffee and wine, good food, just friends and catching up with all the local news.

We're having some new babies in the family, so it's all very exciting… Oh, and they are due on the same day. So that will be an exciting event.

It's local market day today… fresh tomatoes, honey cured smoked bacon and home made bread to grace our table, these are things I miss as I travel.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Chris John says:

    New grandies Pam, how exciting! Soon you might have trouble tearing yourself away to go travelling with all those delightful young minds to nurture.
    I am so looking forward to seeing more of your joint project.
    When and where are we looking at a launch? I haven’t missed it have I?

  2. Wendy in Kennewick says:

    Exciting news and sounds like a lovely day all around… how nice of your family to plan it for the same day. Should help with your travel plans.
    I know what you mean regarding” go to bed”. Nothing is more irritating!

  3. Pam says:

    It happens every now and then.

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