This is our first cucumber off our vine and we are very happy hence Sienna's "cucumber smile"
Sienna standing next to the growing corn.
Our corn is higher than the fence now.
I know there is a world wide shortage of bees but was pleasantly surprized to find 4 bees on top of my corn. I'm not sure whether I should be happy about this or not?
Sienna and I baked some Anzacs this morning which is our staple biscuit in this house.
I picked up these 9 magazines for $1 each at the local Yarn Shop. It is a UK magazine and generally I like to buy Australian magazines as the stories are more relevant to our climate however it was about "Slow and Simple Living" and the photography was great and lots of stories to match. It's divided into 3 times in the day, Dawn, Day and Dusk. I loved reading the story on the Baker in the UK and their family has been Bakers for a few generations and they make their Sourdough Bread using a Sour Dough Starter that is 57 years old which has been handed down within the family.
James and Sienna enjoying some home made popcorn cooked in a pot on the stove with Coconut Oil and posing for this funny snap.
James trying out his new Kite which was a Christmas Present from a friend with Sienna being his trusty assistant. I didn't take them to the park until 5pm as it was still too hot before that.
Up up and away.
I love a good kite against a bright blue sky.