The daffodil is used for daffodil day as it is a symbol of hope. It is one of the first flowers of spring, who’s bright yellow blooms remind us of the joys the new season will bring. Continue reading “Daffodil day, Friday 30 August 2013”
It seems odd: I bought some daffodils today. apparently spring is coming. Its really weird not knowing what exactly to expect and when. That’s just something I have always taken for granted. January and February are cold, March starts to warm up, May-August is summer (sometimes!)… and so on. Now its all turned on its head. Continue reading “Flowers in focus”
We decided to have a little look at what houses were about, and how the house buying thing works here in New Zealand. They seem to go for the open homes idea, where each house that is for sale is open for viewings for 30 minutes, usually on Saturday.
We have almost freed the house of boxes (into the garage in part!) and it has been a tough week at work. So we decided to go out for Sunday lunch, at a local British style pub. We had not realised it was national roast day so it was rude not to have one!