an we just all take a deep breath and acknowledge that it is in fact OCTOBER and that clearly some unscrupulous person has stolen 2018 without anyone noticing because last time I looked it was only March!Right, now we have gotten that out of the way, I am convinced the proper authorities will be notified and we can all start looking forward to 2019 at a much more leisurely pace.In an attempt to put the breaks on, I am pausing for a minute to enjoy a little mindfulness and meditation in the form of Here and Now, the monthly link-up by the lovely Say! Little Hen blog.So what is my here and now for October 2018?Loving // The rain, I appreciate it topping up our tank no end. I can stop worrying for a little while that showering every day is a little risky to the household water supply! Thank you rain!!!Eating // Peanut Butter Cookies that are so delicious, I think they might have inspired the Cookie Monster himself!Feeling // A little out of whack. My Queensland system is not yet used to Daylight Saving and in spite of the many good arguments for it, I am yet to be convinced. I do not like it and I may just well spend my later years being the crazy-hates-daylight-saving-lady that lives on the hill and makes the neighborhood children knock on the door and run away screaming…just saying.Making // A little doll who has blonde curly hair and is so far nameless…open for suggestions!
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I don’t know much about horses and I only know a little about chooks but I rather think I shall know more in the next few months.
HISTORICALLY : http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17224974
The Sydney Morning Herald… Tuesday 19 November 1935, page 10.
Here the horses are loved and taken care of. So are the Chooks. I like Chooks and am watching the Horses.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Friday 30 June 1950, page 4
In 2010, we are intimidated by the Dorrigo- Bellingen Road. Back in 1912, they were galloping down.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Tuesday 5 March 1912, page 9