June 2014, Diary of Aunty Uta

3 Jun

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This morning I took a photo of this T-shirt. I think I’ve had this T-shirt for more than ten years and I am still wearing it! Admittedly only at night-time under my pyjamas. So this old T-shirt still keeps me warm at night. And I had always liked this Ancient Chinese Proverb!

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MORNING WALK

By 9 am I was ready for my morning walk. This morning I remembered to take my camera along. It was a lovely winter morning full of sunshine. The escarpment looked very clear in the distance. I think today we would not to have any worries driving up Macquarie Pass!

I liked the look of these bottle brushes.

I liked the look of these bottle brushes.

The bottle brushes are on this little tree.

The bottle brushes are on this little tree.

Here's another tree with bottle brushes!

Here’s another tree with bottle brushes!

I started walking across the soccer fields in Lakelands Park.

I started walking across the soccer fields in Lakelands Park.

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On the way back Jenny, one of my neighbours, called out to me. She had just started her morning walk. She stopped to talk to me for a while. Then she went on and I went home for a cup of espresso coffee.

Here is Jenny walking:

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We had our espresso sitting outside in beautiful sunshine. Peter served the espresso in cups like these:

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5 Responses to “June 2014, Diary of Aunty Uta”

  1. catterel June 3, 2014 at 7:56 pm #

    Love that T-shirt LOL! Nice walk, Uta – you deserved your coffee.

  2. The Emu June 3, 2014 at 9:16 pm #

    I like that Tshirt, not that I would wear it but I’m sure many woman would.
    As you may recall we have many beautiful red bottle brushes here in Mildura
    The bloom at Christmas time and really add colour to the season.
    Kind regards
    Emu

    • auntyuta June 3, 2014 at 11:26 pm #

      I kind of like this Chinese Proverb, Emu. I think sometimes women do have a different opinion of what can be done. I reckon the peaceful solution in that case is when the man just let’s her get on with it! 🙂
      Cheerio and good night!
      Auntyuta

  3. elizabeth2560 June 4, 2014 at 2:06 pm #

    Love the quote on the T-shirt!
    (and so true 🙂 )

    • auntyuta June 4, 2014 at 7:58 pm #

      Thanks, Elizabeth. Well, there is something to be said for ancient Chinese Wisdom! 🙂

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