Weekend reading

3 February 2017
I'm taking a few days away from the computer to get my head back to where I want it to be.  I'll be sewing, knitting, cooking and spending mornings on the verandah. Gracie is overdue for some training and I'll bath, brush and clip her too.  Look after yourself, I'll see you again next week.

How to die well
Delicious buttermilk soft rolls
For those of you who liked reading about Margaret Gallagher last week, here she is again in a You Tube video
All I've Ever Known: Margaret Gallagher's Story
How To Make A Hanging Gutter Garden
A no-poo story
10 top tips for Sydney
Baking Pan Storage
Time to play outside 


  1. I know you will enjoy yourself because there really is "no place like home".

  2. Enjoy your break. You have earned every minute of it. You have worked so hard this past year and we really appreciate it.

  3. Wasn't it a pity yesterday's ODI between the Black Caps and Aussie was rained out. I still made good knitting progress watching the various highlights while waiting on the Umpires decision. That is beautiful fabric in your photo. Roll on Sunday's match - Hamilton's forecast is for sunshine. light winds and a high of 28. Happy training young Rosie, stitching and Cricket! Michelle in Wellington, NZ

  4. Enjoy your time away. (That is beautiful fabric in the photo!)

  5. Not sure what you're making but beautiful fabric. Enjoy your down time.

  6. What a lovely idea! Computers can take over our lives even when we are at home. I plan to knit and sew next week as well. Enjoy your weekend Rhonda. Best wishes, Pauline


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