Another lovely Autumn day here in Melbourne. We have made a start on the replanting of the garden. I planted 10 native shrubs which will do well in this area. Some westringia, correa, hakea, grevillia and native mint bush.
We needed to remove some overgrown vines before the planting began and as usual I took to the task with enthusiasm: well there was a bee that did not appreciate my presence there. I have a very sore arm for my trouble. It is only two weeks since a very mean bull-ant bit me on the same arm. This is all part of the adventure.
Oh, I should mention the felt in the pic. It is a piece I embellished and painted a while ago. I was so disappointed in the result that I put it in the too hard basket until I came across it today. To be honest I don't mind it so much now but will have to find a use for it.
Thanks to all those who read and comment on my blog: it is always good to hear from you.
I was grateful for the reminder about the pond, Melissa. I had not thought of the dangers of such a deep pool. We have little babies (twins) next door and although they are only six months old I will have to anticipate them visiting when they are more mobile. An enclosure might be needed! Thanks again.