I'm back. Well, I hope I am. Life has certainly changed again this year.
And now Spring is here - already~
My newest pride and joy in the garden is this weeping cherry - I must say it was worth every cent I paid. The garden continues to grow and change and still brings constant joy to me.
I hope that I will get back into the routine of blogging and bring my online journal up to date.
That is the plan...
The Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers is almost here again, with judging taking place from this Sunday. We are busily making the last minute preparations.
I am so looking forward to sharing the garden with visitors again this year.
What a year it has been so far, children have travelled, we've bought a business (again!!), Mitchell is apprenticed to Brendon, I'm now full time helping run the business and keeping the home running with five adults under this roof, we've made changes to our garden and I've been run up the back of (in my sweet little red Swift) twice in five months - to say I'm tired is just a little understatement. Plus, of course, many, many other things! But, life is settling back into a nice routine - if there is such a thing with a seven day business, and I think I am learning to like it!
So, if anyone is still out there who may just check in on me occasionally, please leave a comment, I would love to hear from you!! I certainly have still been keeping up with my favourite blogs even though there has been a severe drought here.
Looking forward to blogging my way through this crazy, hectic life - and sharing it along the way.