Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Missing in Action

Dear Reader, I am so sorry I have neglected you for the past 2 months!

Where did that time go?  Did I mention that our eldest Grand Daughter came to live with us in early May?  She is nearly 17 and a beautiful young woman!  Since she arrived she has had a few health isuues that we have addressed that has meant many hours of sitting and waiting in doctors waiting rooms and hospital wards.  Sweat Pea (DH) and I have taken turns at this.  All is well now and we are starting to settle into a new family routine.  DGD has found herself a \n after school job as well, so the grandparents taxi is open for business..  It's funny how quickly we forget all the time using tasks that revolve around the needs of a teenager!  All is good with the world.

Winter in Tasmania is amazing.  Most of the time the days are clear and still. I sun is low in the northern sky and the sunrises and sunsets are spectacular.  We get fogs and frosts.  My camera works very hard to record the beauty.

This is the view of the back of our house from the middle of oour back garden.  My studio is the ground floor level.  The upper level is the living room.  The roof of my studio is a huge deck that looks south, down the river towards the mountain and the city.

Now!  I have decided I need a prompt to get myself back into a blogging routine.  I have found one.  I have decided to join Fat Mum Slim's August Challenge.

This is a photo a day challenge.  It sounds like fun and it might d=give a bit of focus for a while.


I will try to be better dear Reader!



Penny said...

I wondered where you had got to, a change in the family circle does make a difference, my taxi has come into being again too.

Maggi said...

I'm glad that your Grand Daughter has settled in well. That is a beautiful sky.

Robin Mac said...

I had also missed you, but I'm glad to know all is well now. I love your photos of Tasmania in winter, but I think I will stay in the tropics! Cheers

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