It’s been an interesting week, both in weather and in events. The weather has sunshined, hailed, selected, rained, the whole 9 yards. We have broken records for the coolest April, ever. Super. Just what we want as we wait patiently for the council to approve our application for a multifuel burner! Continue reading
At the end of my first year in New Zealand I didn’t think there could possibly be a year that was worse: losing mum just weeks after I left England, and only 2 weeks after I found out she was terminally ill, arriving alone in a brand new country, a city I had never been to before, starting a job that didn’t turn out to be at all like I expected it to when I accepted it via teleconference call in the UK.
So what has year 2 brought for me? Continue reading
Well this week the stationery arrived, so I have been on a walk about. Business is still going well, considering it is only my second week, and people that haven’t seen me for a while are commenting on how much more well, and how much happier I look. So it seems I made the right decision? Continue reading
I never get bored of Queens Park, it looks stunning all year round. Now we have the golden colours that the leaves are starting to show as the change and fall, a true sign that winter is on its way here in the southern hemisphere.
Each time I visit the park, I notice something new. There have been more wooden sculptures springing up in recent weeks, I love how they use felled trees for art, seating or decoration. Continue reading
When I started to write this I thought ‘well, nothing much has happened this week’. Then I sat and thought: not a lot of photos have happened this week, much much action and change has happened. Continue reading