Books are the best invention ever, I couldn't live without books, these are my patchwork and quilting books and I have three other very full book cases in my small home and if you saw yesterday's photo the local Library is across the road. I think you could say I read a lot!
This photo was taken through my sewing room window, as you can see there is a car park and beyond that the large brick building is Bathurst Art Gallery and the Library. On the right hand side of the car park is Keppel Street a very trendy area with lots of gift shops, cafes and a French Patisserie that makes the most divine cakes and pies.
I live on a corner block and at the other end of my small street of old Victorian and Edwardian cottages is the Railway Station.
I had this for dinner at the weekend, I get very sick of cooking for myself and I rarely go out for meals so I walked around to Keppel Street and bought fish and chips. Not very healthy but I enjoyed it and that is the main thing sometimes!
I have been thinking (not always a good idea!!!) that I am not using my blog as much as I should so I have decided to take the photo a day challenge starting with yesterday's clue.This will give me something else to think about and take and upload more photos.
This is my new lock on the front door made by Alan Pickstock in Adelaide and fitted by Tom as part of my Christmas present.Because I live in a very old house and Bathurst has clay soil my house moves around a fair bit and sometimes I couldn't lock my door but this lock has been made with allowances for the movement of the house.
11/01/14 Looking down
This photo is Murphy underneath my computer desk but he always sits underneath either this desk or my sewing desk or the lounge chair.