Thursday, December 31, 2009

Goodbye 2009!

We have spent a happy day at home farewelling the year. I can hardly believe that in 2 short hours it will be 2010! How the year has flown. And how the Lord has blessed us each and every day of 2009.

After a morning of little friends visiting to play, and watching Swiss Family Robinson for quiet time (to inspire the building of a tree house in new year), we headed out into the garden for the last sun rays of the decade.

I harvested the very last of the crop planted by the previous owners here.

And my wonderful husband dug the patch over for me, ready for planting. I can hardly wait!


The children played.



This is one of our 3 passionfruit vines. I'm hoping 2010 will bring some fruit forth from them!

We burnt off our pile of rubble, ready for collecting more sticks and enjoying a campfire with visiting family next week.

We barbequed and gave thanks for a great year together. And I enjoyed looking at the new pot of herbs I planted up yesterday. How nice to be back into the gardening!


Happy New Year Friends!!!! May 2010 bring us blessings beyond our wildest imaginations. :)
I pray it will be a safe and sound one for us all.

4 comments:

AmFriend said...

Saminda - Love your outfit and your joyous smile. And William, oh sweet William. What a blessing those smiles & giggles must be.

Ann at eightacresofeden said...

Happy New Year Saminda and family!
I feel so blessed to have met you thanks to blogging.. looking forward to reading your posts in 2010 as you tend to your little patch of paradise. I can tell you are just loving the country life!

jazzy cat said...

I'm glad to see the New Year is bringing more photos of the blog poster herself ;-) Looking lovely and green your place - just glorious! Wishing you a prosperous and bountiful (in more ways than vege's) 2010! :-) x jen

Renata said...

It is looking just so beautiful there! I love your fruit trees! What other kinds do you have?
You look lovely in the picture too - gorgous shirt!

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