I’ve been feeding the birds more regularly now that it’s Winter, as soon as I go outside with seed and fruit, they appear out of nowhere and wait patiently for me to finish filling the feeders. As soon as I leave they descend and the feasting begins!
Both of these plants, an Avo on the right and a Lemon in the black pot self-seeded and are growing well! I love it when nature does this, takes things into her own hands and creates something wonderful! We tend to throw avo pips out of our kitchen window as we cut them open, and amazingly enough, they just start growing!
Our borehole is supplying us with copious amounts of water, we haven’t had rain since April so this underground water is such a blessing.
Our Sandy is always hoping that someone will walk by and throw her ball. She brings it to us, drops it on the ground, picks it up again as if to say, “Come on, just one more time, please!”
Charlie, resting against a pumpkin amongst the Rosemary bush in the kitchen windowbox. He will eventually saunter back into our house, smelling of wonderful oils…
Here is the result of the baking from the other day, the Banting rusks, they are lovely and SO filling!
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!