We are getting near the end of our challenge and I have obviously lost count of which day is which. I think I have the correct days now... better late than never.
My home baked Christmas gifts of Almond Shortbread and Mini Christmas cakes.
Here I am at the office of one of my clients with my basket of goodies.
This was an unusual sight this afternoon. The hang glider was soaring above the ocean on the right, but then swung inland and flew above me with a cheery wave.
My craft group had it's Christmas night out last night and we swapped our Secret Santa gifts. I was lucky enough to receive this little gnome and his garden, made by my talented, creative and very dear friend, Mary.
This is the best crop of tomatoes we have ever had. My daughter made a delicious pasta sauce with a few kilos and we still have lots more on the bushes to pick. Soon we will have an abundance of cucumbers....I think we will be giving a lot away.
Coco took a much more mature approach to the Christmas tree this year. Last year she raced up and down the tree, creating havoc, this year she decided to sleep in it. As you can see, she was not impressed to be woken up with the camera flash.
I bought this ornament last year in honour of my daughter's performances the Christmas ballet, The Nutcracker.
Merry Christmas everyone. I wish you peace and happiness.
A much cooler day and perfect to do some quilting on the baby's quilt. The baby arrived on day 358, a few days early, so I really want to get the quilt finished.
In the mail today - photos and letters from the children we sponsor through the KCC Slum Project. My step daughter spent 3 months working with the project in Kenya, during her gap year in 2009.