Saw this neighbourhood wall that was painted with this cute dog and red poppies all along the front wall. How enchanting!
Vaucluse House is one of Sydney’s few 19th-century mansions still surrounded by its original gardens and wooded grounds. Colonial emancipist William Charles Wentworth bought the house in 1827, and over the next 5 decades, William and his wife Sarah developed Vaucluse into a large and picturesque estate. The grounds were extended and flourished to cover most of the present-day suburb of Vaucluse. In 1915 Vaucluse House became Australia’s first official house museum and continues to entice visitors to its lush and still secluded grounds. In 2015, Vaucluse House celebrated 100 years of being a museum.
Not even in my wildest dreams could I have thought that I could get such an amazing tweet from the Biden Inauguration team. What an honour to be recognized by them and how sharp are they to send this message to little old me :)
Life in the times of the Coronavirus (Covid19) feels like you are in the twilight zone, not quite believing what is happening. This is what the shelves of the meat aisle look like at our local supermarket, while the butcher shop across from the supermarket has full shelves of meat? So many essential items sold out with the panic buying that is happening now, we really need to just.calm.down, take a chill pill, stay at home and out of the supermarkets.
Wishing all the Mothers, Grandmothers, Stepmothers, Adoptive Mothers, Children who have had to become Mothers due to unfortunate circumstances, Carers of children, may you be blessed and wishing you all the love and happiness in the world on this Mother's Day.
I Saw this Mandela Tea in the supermarket and love the pictures, bright and colourful. A Rooibos tea and a Honeybush and Buchu tea, so truly South African in every way. I wonder if this tea was produced by the Mandela family or if they had just lent their name to the brand? Have you tried the tea, let us know what you think?