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Blog for Tuesday 28th May 2024

It is nippy in the early mornings … and that nippiness removes any ‘zippity’ part from my ‘Do-dah’ day - as I do NOT do the cold well.

 I had my Quiet Time with or without the ‘zippity’ part! And then I went on to do some of my Bible study as I was a day behind.

Then it was time to get ready for the day as Peter, a good friend of ours, was coming across to pick up a calf cradle from us and to have morning tea with us too.

Peter, always comes here laden with gifts – today an ox heart tomato – (when I get my veggie garden resurrected again, I want to grow these tomatoes as they are really fantastic.) He also brought about a dozen mandarins and two lemons!  A real treasure of gifts.

I gave Peter some of our pecan nuts as a ‘Thank you!” from us.

Peter got here a about ten-ish this morning, and it was good to see him and catch up with his and Val’s news.

After tea Ken and Peter headed down to the bottom shed to load the calf cradle into Peter’s ute.  Then Ken had to go into Long Flat to get more fuel for his quad bike, as we are selecting steers tomorrow and Ken will use his quad bike to muster them into our ‘yards, and at the moment that quad bike’s fuel is low.

While the men were busy down in the bottom shed, I did a load of washing after which I tumbled dried it as I wanted to get the ironing done this afternoon.

(I did, and it is all put away too!)

Then I went up to my studio to plan the rest of my day and what I needed or wanted to get done each day for the rest of the week.

More butter chicken and rice, buttered bread and chutney for me tonight, and Ken will have cold meats and salads instead.

What lesson did I learn today? How much I value loyalty in friendships.

What am I grateful for today? Good friends.

My saying for today is …

Worry about your character, not your reputation. Your character is who you are. Your reputation is who people think you are. While reputation is shaped by external opinions and judgments, character is rooted in personal integrity, values, and actions

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