Thursday, December 22, 2016

FNSI teams with Melbourne


This post is a little late as the last FNSI was Friday night........and before I forget I must share this lovely Hexie that Maria sent me for my blogging friends table cloth........


.. now back to FNSI...... mine involved working out which projects I was going to pack ....... and this ended up having to be decided on Sunday arvo as Saturday morning we headed off to Melbourne with Scruffy to see dear daughter and her partner for an early Christmas ..........


( also trying to postfrom my iPad so unsure if photos will work)..
  We had a great time with them, but needed to leave early Sunday morning to make the trek home as we had tounpack and then repack the car as we had a last minute change of plans for Christmas ........ so with the car and trailer all packed up with basics ...
Monday morning early we left to head up to our house in Maryborough to spend some time over Christmas.  Scruffy came with us on the trek so he can start to get used to the new house...... he did pretty well - 12 hrs the first day with an overnight stop in Moree ..
then another 7-8 hrs on Tuesday.......  I started work on some cotton crochet blocks that I'll be putting together to make a cotton crochet throw for the veranda here .......
So for now it's a camp out in the new house .... although we did go straight out to buy the new bed and mattress that I've been saving up for ...... it's rather lovely and has been very comfy.i especially love the little rose in the middle .....






5 comments:

Jo said...

Sorry but the photos didn't work

Helen said...

Sorry photos not showing :(

Susan said...

That's a log hike!!
and a lot of crochet time.

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Nice that you got to spend time with daughter and partner for Christmas! Scruffy is so cute and glad he made the trip alright. Cute hexie block - looking forward to seeing the finished tablecloth. A nice long ride is perfect to catch up with some needlework. Glad you got your bed, too. Wishing you a wonderful New year and a smooth transition with moving house. xx Karen

Beca said...

I can't seem to leave the house without a wip to take with me. Car rides are a great time to catch up on unfinished projects. How exciting to get a new house. So glad you were able to get your new bed moved in. Wishing you a Happy New Year!
xx Beca