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31 January 2014

Weekend reading


The kids have gone back to school, the weather is cooling a little and time is marching on. 

I finished the final reading of my book yesterday so that's been sent back to Penguin; hopefully it will be published in late March.

I took the opportunity last week to make more lemon cordial and gave these two bottles to Cathy and Sunny. Hope you have a  wonderful weekend. Thank you for visiting over the past few days.


Chinese tinned peached - lead
Growing food can help you meet the neighbours
Is it possible to make a living on a small farm?
Regrow your herbs and vegetables
Cleaner hall of shame
Live to work or work to live? Nickie asks this important question at Meadow Orchard
Crafts calculator - work out how to price your hand-made goodies
Nest curtains - more than just curtains
Wooden dolls a visitor from the woods @ Fairie Moon
Just when you start to worry about where we are headed, this comes along.

Miranda at Her Resolution
Meredith at Simple Living in the Loo
Jenny @ Half Grown Somethings

12 comments:

  1. Have a wonderful weekend too! I have some catching up to do on your wonderful blog over the weekend - can't wait! Kirsten x

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  2. Rhonda, you must be very pleased that you have done the final reading of your book. March is only a short time away, it's very exciting.

    Have a great weekend.

    Sourdough333:)

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  3. Enjoy the weekend Rhonda! Looking forward to your next book. Yes, school starts soon. Not sure if I should be relieved to have the house to myself for a few hours each day, or to brace myself for a lot of harrassed mornings to come.

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  4. I am also looking forward to reading your book, Rhonda. It is much cooler here too with temps in the mid twenties which I cope with better than those in the high thirties. I hope you and Hanno have a relaxing weekend.

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  5. Look forward to your new book Rhonda.
    I wish I could say the weather is cooler but another 41 deg today.
    Have a lovely weekend both of you, I can't say much will be done here apart from the essentials.

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  6. Glad you are having cooler temps, Rhonda.. I expect it is very exciting to have a new book finished ..
    Your cordial looks delicious.. Have a great weekend.. xo

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  7. Congratulations on getting to the final reading of your new book...

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  8. Congratulations on the final reading of your new book! I hope you have had a lovely weekend... and perhaps that you have seen some cooler weather (we're sweltering where we are. agh!).

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  9. Thank you - again! - for linking to my blog. I am very pleased and proud you seem to be enjoying my blogging. Very exciting about the new book!!

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  10. I'm still working my way through your first book, Rhonda (borrowed from our library and renewed once already), so I'll be looking forward to your second book!
    I know you are very busy, but could you take a few minutes to read a post on a blog written by a lady in Scotland - it is right down your alley, as she has written what her home means to her, and it sounds just like you! Here is the link: http://in-this.blogspot.com.au/2014/01/home.html

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    1. Thanks Gina. Yes, it was a lovely post on the importance of home.

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  11. Thank you so much for featuring a link to my blog in your post. I am getting all kinds of visitors via your link. I had to look pretty hard to find it, but find it I did. I am glad you enjoyed the visitor from the woods. I have a whole blog dedicated to doll stories if you are interested: http://www.fairiemoon.typepad.com/weathertop

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