Thanks to Justine Clarke, I have had this song in my head since yesterday morning whenI woke to find it raining here in Central Victoria. We haven't had rain since December and it was a very welcome relief.
Our dire looking lawn has started to bounce back which is more than I can say for our box hedges. They were left without water in the settlement period which happened to also be the hottest part of the summer so all bar a few plants seem to have perished. We've pruned them heavily and kept the water up to them as we can but if they don't show any signs of reshooting after these soaking rains, I think they will have to be replaced.
We are settling in to our new little home nicely. The boys are loving the yard and do laps of the house daily with either a pram or block trolley. I've told my husband that we will hve to install a ramp on the side where there are currently 3 steps when the boys get bikes. The back lawn is covered with a smattering of balls, the trampoline is positioned so they can climb on and off of it from the deck without our help and the cubby house gets a daily visit from the littlest man. Birds flit in and out of the yard - Indian Mynahs, Rosellas, Magpies, and even a Rainbow Lorrikeet or 2.
We had a lovely welcome from our neighbour who shared a bottle of bubbly with us on our first night. She has also offered us the services of her 2 teenage daughters as baby sitters which, once the boys get to know them, we will take them up on, I'm sure.
I have got a lot more posts up my sleeve, just now to find time to do them all. I've been wondering what direction to take this blog in and I'm still unsure so if you can tell me what you'd like to hear from me, that woudl be lovely. Also I'll be looking for decorating opinon too soon so feel free to decorate vicariously through me if you like.
Nice to be back