living a new life without the kids while having to adjust to chronic pain.
I saw a llama! Looks like the sun is still shining . WooHoo!Those dangling lights must be so ffriendly at night. Our nearest neighbours, the quiet ones, have left theirs since xmas and its so nice to see them in our dark neighbourhood. I'll have to 'work' on getting some too
It over cast here, look like you had a wonderful day out.Coffee is on and stay safe
You have a lot of land to care for there, and (dare I say this) a life that looks sort of 'normal' - not carefully curated for publication, but complete with sunshine and rain, good health and pain, loss and gain, (ok enough now - but we hope you get that we love the balance you appear to achieve and the joy and contentment you appear to derive from it) - and we love the 'camelid' (llama or alpaca? or vicuna or guanaco?)xxx Mr T and F
When I wrote llama I knew it was wrong. I'm sure Angela has alpacas. They're cute whatever they are.And their wool is so warm and soft!