Saturday, December 18, 2010

Gosh, why is it

when i get to this time of year
that i miss this so

we are thinking seriously
of buying a small home on
King Island.
After living most of our lives not far from the water
a few years right on it...
we have come to realise it is where we need to be
for some of the year...
For my few international friends King Is. is a small
island in the Bass Straight
between the southern mainland tip and Tasmania.
Beautiful, rural, wild and property along the coastline
to die for......
population of 1700
fresh and wild seafood waiting to hop on your line..
not to mention the famous Kind Is. dairy
on the coastline...preferably
how many sleeps to go

i seem to be the only one with
Christmas spirit in my home right now
its interesting how the dynamics change
as we grow
no little children around much anymore
with family living so far apart
but i have decked the halls
beautiful scented candles burn
not too much baking happening here
yet....but planned
i am enjoying the lovely cool mornings
we still have here in the subtropical north
enjoy it while it lasts...
and still no camera
do you think i could fit a rush job in..sigh
work today
on Sunday
is that not a sin...
happy day my friends x
... this is my 99th post, i will come back within the next week with a giveaway
please tell your friends
it will be fun to share with you all
some exciting new product i have been making


Donna said...

King Island is beautiful, my Uncle and his family lived there for 5 years. They loved it! I will spread the word about your giveaway. D x
p.s I sent you a email :)

TammyJ said...

That home looks lovely Deb, full of Character! and King Island sounds divine!

Ceci said...

What a splendid idea! That house looks wonderful Deb, and so full of potential. xx

Shelley in SC said...

I have found that those who grow up by the water have a hard time living without it!! King Island sounds absolutely dreamy. You must post pictures some time!! I'm glad you're celebrating the season : )!! Have a wonderful last few days before Christmas!


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