I'm having one of those lovely easy Sunday afternoon's. I have done my dishes, washed all the clothes and let them flap like mad on the line, sewn up a new zipper on Cory's go-kart suit, and washed a few bits that live on my antique tea trolley. The four plates above where found while going for a walk to one of my childhood haunts - the sale yards. The sale yards have been abandoned for many years now, but in the little outdoor kitchen the farmer's wives sold afternoon tea and food, I found these plates half buried in the ground. The other sweet little leaf shaped plates I found at an op shop recently.
While doing my spring cleaning the other day I managed to break part of my darling little salt and pepper shaker set. The cows above, survived but next to it is a bee hive....well there are meant to be two of those. I will have to be more careful next time.
My chooks have been very busy lately laying lots of eggs. Here is Benjamin and Caramel very interested in what I might have for them to eat. I weeded near the old copper that is in my garden and every now and then I remember when we used our own copper at home. We used to boil the water for the washing the clothes and to bathe in.
I'm off now to collect some eggs and to plant a couple of shrubs that I purchased earlier on. Enjoy the rest of the weekend and I hope you have a lovely week. Kind regards, Anita.