Thursday, 25 April 2019


IT'S ANZAC MORNING and i slept in  -  had intended to go to the dawn service but woke up at 6.30.  it's been a week of visitors and work, but nothing income producing, well not much.  i decided to go in the Junction Junk day of garage sales on easter sunday. i have so much stuff that's accumulated in the 6 years since i moved here so i had heaps to sell.  it took days of sorting then a full day of setting up, another full day to pack up and yesterday a trip into mildura to drop off the heaps that was left, all for a measly $245.  not worth the time it took up when i could have been spending time with sunny and luke, and alan and meryl.   wont' do it again.
with mary bassi who brought her stuff over to my place for the day

the weather was fine, not as good as last week with gail and ian, but warm and breezy.

alan and meryl arrived wed night so we did the twilight cruise, a good as ever.
and we had the bonus
of the full easter moon
rising as we boarded
on the darling river

sunny and luke arrived friday evening. we had barbecues, lit the fires on the riverbank, i mixed a cocktail or two.   it was a relaxed easter for everyone but me.   on the bright side i have cleared out a stack of stuff. i just would've loved more time with

the yellow rosellas are back, gorgeous things.

beautiful reflections from
the lock this week as
the moon rises

it was a beautiful sunrise yesterday, i was up early on the trip to mildura to drop my stuff at the op shop

i'm very happy with this review from the
herald sun last weekend, first one i've seen

1 comment:

  1. Dear Anne, your illustrated picture book is great and highly recognised. Congrats! All photos are lovely. Best wishes, Sadami


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