I’m one of the lucky people in Australia who owns a house. Only been making improvements since I retired.
I live in a small beachside town which has fantastic weather all year round. The local park also includes these exercise machines available to everyone. Not that I use them often.
I must have a green thumb when it comes to growing fruit and vegetables. Rhubarb and strawberries growing down the lane where anyone passing by can pick for themselves. I water every now and then and pull out dead leaves when I see them to stop grubs developing and then eating my fruit.
Wanted to take photo of some white clouds but it was pouring with rain. So decided to start new version of my assignment in writing my family history. As you can see writers block.
Decided this pergola had some great shape. Always loved looking at this park when I taught at Sorell.
I am doing a Diploma in family history at the university of Tasmania and throughout the course, we try to have get togethers. Today was at Richmond Bakery in Southern Tasmania. Thanks to one of the patrons for taking the photo.
My mother always mentions my handbag is heavy. What do I have in it? An umbrella, digital camera, purse, pens, glasses, iPad, handfan and name badge for work.
I love listening to lots of different genres in music. But my father loves Andre Rieu as you can see in the photo. Whenever there is a concert at Village Cinema, dad and I head off for a great afternoon of music.
My total bedroom is messy but the pillow and doona are comfortable even though they don’t quite match.
This is the path leading down to my local beach. So windy today that much of the sand has blown away.
Asked the people in my local shop if they wouldn’t mind being photographed for this challenge. You can see by their smiles that it was alright by them.