Wednesday, July 22, 2009
hello and welcome to our little world....I've been home playing house, sweep your floors and make your beds...that's what Ive been doing-as the clouds above are shades of Gray..quit nice clouds , shapes of horse's and peoples faces.... been trying to make some of my love charm jewellery...as soon as i put that down - i go out side and dig in the veggie patch........the days are so cold as we here have winter still with us...oh and I've been gathering fire wood when ever i see it...as we have a fire most nights...we fill up are hot water bottles before we go to bed...the nights are really cold..of to put my raspberry lipstick on...singing and skipping-love Jo...
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Friday, July 3, 2009
oh gosh, Ive been away ,to Alice springs-with my Mr Australia and my younger boys-and there cousins,my sister.in.law and her husband -uncle peter....we hired two camper vans and drove 6 hours to get to a place called Ayres Rock, the Australian Aborigine's call the Rock-ULURU.i took of my shoe's and ran bear foot through the desert,the color of the dirt is rust,and its soft and it felt divine...its in the middle of Australia...we where away for 9 days..did so many things,stayed in an Aborigine homestead and young Angus and i took an art class with an elder-we went to a special place called..Kings Creek Station.well that's where all the fun Begin...my girlfriend EMMA and her young family have been living there for 9 months as Emma is a pilot for a helicopter company-oh yes she took me up-and i was so happy to see her at work-we know how hard it has been for her as a women in a mans world-she rocks...i have to say i didn't talk for 1 1/2 hours i just held on to my set belt-i couldn't even put my lip stick on up in the sky...we flow up and around cliffs and down gorge rs..there where water holes and water fulls everywhere and hidden palm tress -in the out back desert...there was so much to see,my hands over my heart for Emma...thank you sweet girl, at night we had an open fire and to young Angus delight he meet an Aborigine boy who was the same age 11...when we went to cook the marshmallows over the fire Angus friend couldn't eat the marshmallow as he had never eaten one before ..we all just smiled..this young boy just drifted into our hearts-he was left behind by his parent's as they went walk about...so he was taken to the station by the nuns.. so he was staying with Emma and her young family....so for us we had the great pleasure of meeting him-couldn't take any photos as he didn't like us seeing his shadow....lots and lots happened.....it really is a place for dream time.