Three siblings in Nanango Queensland from left to right Kathleen,Sheila and George, this photo was taken in 1992 when I drove Mum (Sheila) Aunty Kath and Uncle Ernie to visit George and Dorothy .Only Kath is left now and she will be 90 years old in February.
I have belonged to this Community of Quilters since 1999 and have many friends from all over Australia and New Zealand.This community of quilters helped me through some of the lowest points in my life and were there for me when I needed them.
As tomorrow is the first day of summer we Australians prepare for our bushfire season although South Australia and Western Australia have already had major fires. Here is Wikipedia's definition of Bushfire---
Victoria has seen the majority of the deadliest and largest bushfires in Australia, most notably the 2009 Black Saturday fires, where 173 people were killed, around 2,000 homes and structures were destroyed, towns were gutted, and some, such as Marysville, were destroyed.
I have loved this perfume for over 10 ten years and it used to be about $125.00 a bottle and available everywhere this size now a days it is less expensive and harder to find but Judy and I found it in Chemist Express on the Corso at Manly
Leeton boys in Cootamundra Military Camp before going to the Western Front , my Grandfather in standing on the left.He did come back but not before a long stint in Hospital in England and then again after he came home he spent many months in Sydney in Hospital.
Because I was nearly five before my sister was born and then Mum was too busy with Louise and Andrew I have always been a loner, I had to amuse myself most of the time. I would spend hours in the garden chatting with Uncle Norman (family friends who owned the flat).
In just over six weeks I will be travelling this Road that is long, treeless and flat , but before that I have a few trips to Sydney (hopefully a new grandchild) and then a flight to Adelaide to start the big adventure with Tom and Jayne to have Christmas with their son Michael and his family