Last Day of September 2016, Uta’s Diary

So, today is already the last day of the month. It was a pretty hectic month for this 82 year old.  Two years ago we celebrated my 80th birthday.

These are some of the flowers that I received for my 80th Birthday in Sept.2014
These are some of the flowers that I received for my 80th Birthday in Sept.2014

This morning Peter discovered a flower on our ‘butterfly’ bush in front of the window. We call this little tree ‘butterfly’ tree because its leaves look like butterflies.

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It was still early morning when we were ready for some green tea.
It was still early morning when we were ready for some green tea.

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When we were in Sydney two weeks ago we wanted to visit this museum but found out it opens only on Sundays. We were there on a Tuesday. So we have to go back there some other time. During this month we were in Sydney three times. Once we stayed overnight there for two nights. We stayed in a loft apartment, that meant to the bedroom and bathroom we had to climb oup these stairs. It was good exercise for us, indeed!

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9 thoughts on “Last Day of September 2016, Uta’s Diary

  1. It looks so nice and cozy at yours, Uta. A belated Hapy Birthday to you! 🙂 You are still going strong and doing so well, we wish you many, many more to come. 🙂
    Have a great weekend,
    Dina & co

  2. Danke liebe Ute schöne Fotos,ich war lange Krank geht mir auch noch nicht so besonders aber der P.C. lenkt mich etwas ab, ich hoffe dir geht’s gut bei mir weiß ich nicht ob es nochmal was wird.Liebe Grüße und Umarmung Gislinde

    1. Danke, liebe Gislinde. Ich bin gerade 82 geworden. In meinem Alter sieht man jeden neuen Tag wie ein Geschenk an, Dir wird es wahrscheinlich auch nicht viel anders gehen obwohl du ja noch nicht so alt bist wie ich. Man lebt halt jeden Tag so gut man kann, nicht wahr?
      Ich freue mich, dass du den P,C. wieder ein bisschen benutzen ikannst.
      Herzliche Gruesse aus Australien von der ‘ur-alten’ Uta. 🙂

  3. The room with the tea service looks so beautiful and inviting, Uta. A belated happy birthday. You are wonderfully active and that seems to keep you in good health. You’re a very good example of aging gracefully! Blessings to you.

  4. Reblogged this on AuntyUta and commented:

    I wrote this post nearly two years ago and mentioned that we wanted to visit the Prince Henry Hospital Nursing and Medical Museum. Last Sunday, the 5th of August, we finally were able to visit the Museum. We went there with Monika and Mark. We were very interested to talk to the two volunteers at the museum. When these two women had been very young nursing sisters they actually looked after our daughter Gaby who had been in Prince Henry Hospital’s Respiratory Unit after she had contracted polio.
    http://www.princehenrycommunity.com.au/the-neighbourhood/nursing-museum/

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