Meet the newest arrival to my family, my grandson, Arlo! ❤
Arlo is three days old now, but of course I couldn’t announce his arrival until his Mummy and Daddy were ready to introduce him to the world.
Me and husband met our newest grandson tonight, and we both agree that he is absolute perfection.
This afternoon, just for fun, my daughters put together a collage of my three grandsons and one granddaughter, with photos taken just after each of them were born. I don’t know if I’m the only one who sees it, but I think these babies have some similar features to each other.
Compared to my announcement, Mount Warning seems like rather a bland topic today, however, I did commit to sharing a photo of the mountain every day. So share, I must.
Poor mountain – on any other day the sunlit, clear blue ranges and mountain would be something to rave about. Today, they pale in comparison to my announcement.
Oh, and tomorrow, I will have an update on my kitchen renovation.
This has been quite a busy week! 🙂
… and the sun returned today.
It seemed so unfamiliar to have a bright day, and all day too. It only reached around 27 degrees Celsius, so it was a very pleasant summer day – again!
The clouds remained though, clinging to the summit of Mount Warning. With taking photos every day, I am really appreciating why the mountain is known as the cloud catcher. 🙂
I spent the whole day in the garden, weeding and digging. It was a fairly warm day too, so I had plenty of water to drink as I worked, but still feel rather exhausted tonight.
Today’s photo of Mount Warning was taken right down the back, at the end of my garden. Just beyond our rear boundary, the land drops away fairly sharply down into the valley, so it’s a great place to take an expansive photo, especially on a clear day like today.
We had a rather interesting find just outside our side fence today, on a strip of Crown Land that runs beside our side boundary. Amid weeds, grass and clover, these tiny plants were growing. I can’t think for the life of me what they are called … can anyone identify this plant?
Also in the same area, I found a stray patch of petunias. I don’t know how long they have been growing there, but I inagine they have been enjoying our heavy summer rainfall, and have been flourishing along with the weeds!