We got a bit of thunder and heavy rain yesterday but not much. Say prayers for all those down south in central and southern queensland and new south wales who are copping some heavy falls and flooding.
Blue skies brought out the neighbours and their mowers and I even got out there and ripped a few weeds out. So glad i already did my mowing when it was overcast and a lot cooler, its a scorcher of a day today.
I didn't find one thing at the garage sales yesterday or at the second chance shop, very disappointing. I decided to unearth the barbeque table from under a season of leaf fall and mouldy flower heads. Its been used as a potting table as well. Its been scrubbed and is now in the sun drying out, I'll give it a coat of O'Cedar and it'll be as good as new and will fit nicely in the craft room. I have a couple of metres of green felt which should go over the top and will stop the beads from rolling around and then I can start getting creative.
Matt came round for a hair cut, his hair (like his fathers) is a dirty blond and is prone to get curly if it is left too long between cuts, its very soft hair as well and thick. The clippers were oiled and tested and off I went. The last time I did it they cut out half way through, but with fingers crossed (his not mine) I ploughed through it all. Just a number four and it looks okay. Of course he fidgeted and there were bits I missed but he was eager to go jump in the lake for a swim before the tourists got there. He's a big boy now (23) and he can use his razor to trim the bits I missed. He sniffed out the bacon in the fridge so of course we had bacon butties for a late breakfast. Luckily for me he didn't notice the last blueberry muffin or the choc chip cookies, speaking of which I'm going to go make myself a coffee to go with the muffin and the cookies.