Well he's now in the Oval Office and the world awaits wondering what fun and games we can look forward to over the next several months. Enough said about that.
Just for fun I thought I'd pop in this picture of our beautiful kangaroo paw, our state floral emblem.
We had a particularly quiet week as no appointments and no callers and yet probably achieved far less than we should have done. Sometimes one needs incentive to get things going and when we feel comfortable the way we are it is not conducive to achieving much. Something to do with old age perhaps? I am sure if I could get around OK we would do much more but I tend to feel a burden if we go out anywhere so we stay home. The weather was up and down being in the mid 30s and the high 20s. Not one drop of rain has fallen so far this year and everything is looking so dry. Keeping the garden going is difficult with our rigid watering restrictions. Even people with bores can only use them 3 days a week, without them 2 days a week using sprinklers. Hand watering is permitted of course.
We felt for the people in New South Wales who had lost their homes to bushfires and the heat they've endured as well. Hot days with high winds push those fires into becoming wild fires and nothing in their path stands a chance. South Australia also had high temperatures....we send it to them from here....and Canberra seemed hotter to me than usual. I always think of River and EC when I see the temperatures they are experiencing. Keep cool ladies.
I won't mention bushfires in WA in case I tempt the hand of fate and we've still got some months to go before we could even begin to think we are safe. Our heat tends to continue right into April and even May so you can imagine, with very little rain, how dry our state becomes.
Guess that's it for this Saturday.....nothing of note to report.....enjoy your weekend. 😊