I usually run with a theme. I am sorry to say that for this week I am reverting to same old, same old.
I continue to delight in the early morning sky. Dawn has not been breaking this week, but slipping in quietly.
The garden and I continue to be confused. Our temperatures suggest that winter is just around the corner and we have had our first frost. Just the same as well as autumnal fireworks we have patches of summer still hanging in, and rather lot of spring too. Our wattles are in bud!!! The buds are tightly furled but definitely there. And Wattle Day (which I think would make a fine substitute for Australia Day) is not until September the first.
I really like the gold fish plant and have several of them in hanging pots.
Nor should this daisy (one of my favourites) be flowering now.
I love the yellow rose but notice that our wet summer and autumn means the dreaded 'black spot' is thriving.
Confused or not, I hope your week is packed with beauty and joy. As I prepare this post it is Election Day here in Australia. I am hoping (fervently) for a change in government.