The school holidays have come and gone and for the first time since Dee passed, we didn't have any of the grandkids these holidays. This meant that I was able to go out to lunch with my Friday girls. We went to the Patchwork Teahouse in Warburton, to celebrate Bev's bithday.
Can you guess how old Bev was?
Last week, Mark and I joined his family in Bright for a couple of days. I have never been there before but had been told how beautiful it is. Mark had spent a lot of his childhood holidays there and I can see why he loved it so much. I could easily spend a lot more time there myself.
We stayed in cabins at the Freeburgh Caravan park. On our first morning, we woke to brilliant sunshine with mist on the nearby hills.
Can you see the mist ?This was the view from our cabin.
While we where there, we had a family celebration for Mark's sister, Kay. She turns 50 in August, and as she lives in Myocum, northern N.S.W., we wll not get to see her then.
Kay and her mum and dad, Wen and Nev.
Mark really loves catching up with Kay, seen here with her son Sam. You can't half tell that they are brother and sister. We really hope to see more of Kay and her family from now on.
While in Bright, I bought some yummy hand-dyed wool fabric. I already have projects in mind for it, sewing related of course.
O.K. Time to get off the computer.
Until next time