It may not be a sign of impending rain ...
but definitely one of change afoot. Wallace and Sally assisted with hanging the 'For Sale' sign on the gate this past week.
I'm still struggling to comprehend that end of year is approaching, though Friday night's Presentation Night at the big girls' school was a definite sign.
Of course the little girl was a ring-in. I'm missing those big girls terribly, they've only been home one weekend this term, and won't be home again until end of year. Term 4's a busy one. Luckily end of year for them is only two and a half short weeks away.
Our usual breakfast fare of bacon and eggs ...
... a sign we've no fear of saturated fat.
Waiting for Dad to turn up on the dozer. A sure sign of boredom.
Flowering begonias. A sign that at only $2 a pot from Bunnings, it doesn't matter if I kill them.
Now ... let's just hope for some signs of rain all over this dry state in weeks to come.