Sunday, February 8, 2009

Sunny Sunday

My temperature gauge outside the kitchen window tells me that it is 37 degrees today...phew, very hot, unseasonally so. As we are experiencing unusually very high temps.,some of the readers of this blog are experiencing the exact opposite on the other side of the world.

The plants in my garden are looking rather sad and dehydrated but we have lots of fruit and veg. doing well. For all of you readers enjoying ( or not) the snow in the northern hemisphere, here are a few pics. from my garden.
The very first flower on my Jacaranda tree. I think this tree is five years old, I was so excited when I spied the purple amongst the green that I raced up to the house to grab my camera.
Not quite ripe enough yet.

These apples are delicious.

Greeny goodness of advocados.

A plum about to be picked or plucked.

Billie having a hot cuddle with my Mum in her wheelchair.

Thank you all so much for your lovely comments and thoughtful words on my last post.


pebbledash said...

It seems slightly odd seeing warm sunny photos when we've had a snow deluge! Yes, it even reached Cornwall right down to Land's End! So it's lovely seeing some warmth and colour. And Billy looks very comfy there!

Katie Driscoll said...

your home looks soooo beautiful! I am very jealous. The high for today in anchorage is 17 degrees Fahrenheit (-8 C)that's definitely not as nice. I might just fly away to some place sunny and warm!