It's a shame that I didn't see this comforting sign before the bridge climb. Sorry about the cafe owner's head in the picture!
It was NOT that scary and the view . . . well, it was like looking at Fairyland on a JUMBO scale. Other than some high walkways and six sets of ladders, it was manageable. Thank you for your prayers. They were answered.
My first dinner in Sydney. We dined by the water and these creatures were delicious!
I shall give you small doses of my Australia photos. I'm sure our traveling companions thought my picture taking was a bit odd. I took pictures of pleasing things and that's what I do here at home, too. After a huge shop at the grocery this morning, we now have fresh food in the house! Yahooo!
I left there to go to Kelli's to see Birdie and Bug. Jenny's golf course is greening up. The moon was hanging there for me.
I hope to find my rhythm soon. I DID fill the bird feeders today and made a big pot of corn chowder. I love my home. I feel so disconnected from it when I'm working all day. Don't YOU experience a sweet, cozy feeling when you return to your home after being away? Our bed was extra soft last night and nicks in the paint, the aging furniture, and even the left over snow, look extra good to me because I am so very grateful for shelter, for our children that cherish us, for food, for my car, for my books, paper, pens and pencils, for the coffee pot. I feel protected and kept. It's bliss.