Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Under the weather

Some random pictures I took of Spring in my little bit of Australia.
I think this is Diosma.
Freesia's


The weather is beautiful at the moment sitting at 24 degrees with lovely warming sunshine.





I have succumbed to the dreaded flu virus that is everywhere. Although I haven't got it that bad, dare I say it yet! Dear Son is pretty sick and had to go to the doctor yesterday for some antibiotics. He has developed a rash on his face that the doctor wasn't sure about, so prescribed the antibiotics. He hasn't been at school since last Thursday. It feels like every last bit of energy is drained from the body. I am not feeling like doing anything really.



Yellow/green Eremophila




Native acacia wattle




I know this as Stock


Another Stock




and my first Spring roses.





I do hope you are enjoying lovely weather where you live.


Have a nice day,


Tania



4 comments:

  1. Hi Tanya, what beautiful flowers. Oh how I feel for you being sick with that dreaded flu. Be prepared to have you sit you back for at least three weeks. Energy gets swiped from you hey? But it will return. Some handy hints, quarter teaspoon vicks, quarter boiling hot water, in ice cream container or tub, towle inhale 10 mins 4 times a day.
    Keep warm even though it says spring outside, the air may still be cold. lemon, teaspoon honey, two shakes cinammon, in cup of hot water. Let yourself rest, there is nothing wrong with this. I do hope you feel better soon, I spent a lot of time checking out blogs while this crook.

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  2. Thankyou pinkflowerbuttons, I have the vapouriser on standby and have downloaded your handy hints for reference if needed. So far so good, I haven't got any worse, just a croaky voice and runny nose. I was feeling lousy this morning but felt a little better later today. Hopefully this is all I get.

    Tania

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  3. I hope you are all recovered.
    Your diosma flowers open really wide. How pretty.

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  4. I love stocks.

    I know how you feel. I hope you can keep yourself cheerful until it is over.

    I think I will feel normal next week.

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