Tag Archives: wildlife

Jul 26th, 2010

Well, hello there poss!

This evening when I came home, after dropping Tom at his drama class and then dashing up to the shops to grab some groceries, I pulled into the driveway and in the process transfixed in my headlights a dumpy little ball of fluff that was about to venture up and over our roof. It was […]

Mar 7th, 2010

Sunday in my City – Photos from my phone

Hosted by Unknown Mami The building works at my kids’ school – they’re getting a new library, new loos and 2 new classrooms, all part of the BER government spending spree. The demountable classrooms that used to be where all that building work is going on had to be relocated to the oval, so the […]

Jan 14th, 2010

Arachophobes stay away!

I came home at 2:00am this morning after having spent the evening sitting around with a bunch of lovely friends having a few drinks and talking till we suddenly went “OMG is that the time!” As I walked down our very dark front path I caught some movement out of the corner of my eye. […]

Jan 7th, 2010

We need a new car

We went to my mum’s place for dinner tonight, my brother’s family were also there. Mum had been looking after his 3 kids all day so I offered to provide the meal. My sister-in-law and one of their kids are semi-vegetarian (they eat fish, there’s a word for that I’m sure but I can’t think […]

Nov 26th, 2009

I like lizards

I had just sat down with a cup of tea and a pistachio and cranberry shortbread biscuit (which, incidentally, is rather yummy) when I spotted this intruder perched on the top of my backpack beside the lounge. I love those long toes, so cute! Teeny little skink I caught it and took it outside where […]

Nov 14th, 2009

It’s a lovely day for a battle.

We went to Berrima today and completely failed to go to any of the fabulous antique shops, or historic buildings and little museums, or the cafes, or even the pub. Instead we spent the whole day at the village green for a combined groups training session organised by the Ancient Arts Fellowship. It was a […]