We've returned home from Beef Week just in time to celebrate Mother's Day.
One of the many wonders of the week including the abundance of jewellery stands on site,
the children dazzling me with a little bling this morning. Unfortunately they wouldn't let me wear it to milk the cow.
As well as a flowering agave (this photo meant to capture the feeding honeysuckle who proved to be far too quick for me), we were also met by these little tykes:
currently capturing the attention of a beefed-out crew of kids.
A clean-out of the vege garden resulted in an abundance of these:
some for the kitchen, the others to be thrown in the pig's grain-boiler.
With cupboards bare and no room for a grocery order enroute from Beef Week, there's been a little baking this Mother's Day. As the choc chip bikkies came out, a baked custard went in, now nearly due to be replaced with a leg of lamb for dinner.
Yesterday saw a quick trip to Bottle Tree, unfortunately another trip required tomorrow, but one that will fit in with Sarah's return to school.
Matthew captured it perfectly as we fell into bed last night, "It's good to be home".