Loved the last 2 weeks. It was cooler than expected. Visitors, over night guests, food and dancing and singing. Christmas extended to three evenings, all with different friends each night due to their working rosters.
No better way to spend New Years Eve other than with Shea.
A extraordinary young woman whom I haven’t seen for nearly 3 years. Her song writing via her lyrics are way beyond her young age and I imagine a time she will be discovered as a song writer as well as a singer with fine voice.
The garden has taken off again. Below is a photo of a corner where ginger, butternut pumpkin, rocket and marigolds all flourish being close to each other. The grasshopper explosion, which has decimated other organic gardens in the area, seem to be contained in the mustard and zinnia flower patch.
Yesterday, while trying to prepare my cocoanut, semolina and macadamia biscuit bake, a mother butcher bird brought in her two young ones and attempted to help themselves to my baking mix. This is a first and I wondered how did they know I had edibles which they could eat.