The holidays weren't without incident. And I'm not joking when I say the theatre staff at Hillcrest Hospital now know us all by name. "How's Sally's arm?" How's Matthew going?" "Any movement in those fingers yet?" "What are you doing back here?" "Let me guess, horse fall?" No discussion of family discount however. Though we are getting good benefit from only having to pay that excess once annually.
Penny the naughty puppy gave us a dreadful fright last week after having a little chew on a cane toad. Fortunately she's lived to tell the tale.
Anybody who travels the highway past our place would recall a Daddy Emu doing a mighty job raising seven chicks on our lucerne patch last year. They're all big kids now and still like to visit, much to the noisy delight of the dogs.
While the big fella's still got a long way to go with full recovery in his left hand, he's not been taking it too easy.
This mega-structure the latest in The Smokin' Yak's barbecueing arsenal should be ready to fire up within the fortnight.
And so with Term 2 underway, Sal's back on every job on the roster.