Sunday, 8 January 2017

Thankful

 Thursday when i was leaving Portarlington,mum and i wondered what was going on just behind my sister's house,i took the first pic to show my sister who had left early that morning to go to Melbourne.
The second pic my sister took to show me when she got back from Melb and the house is gone,i am very thankful that the young family and their 5 children werent in the house at the time.


i made some scones in the thermomix,all i felt like yesterday was some scones with jam and cream.

 These pretty roses are growing at the back of the house,not sure what they are called but there perfume is divine.

 Life only comes around once.
So do what makes you happy and be around people who make you smile.

cheers shez xx



17 comments:

  1. The roses look like Double Delight - a really lovely rose! How terrible for that poor family!

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  2. Glad the family of the burnt house are safe. Terrible to lose their home. Yes the rose looks like Double Delight. Hugs,xx

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  3. Its certainly good that all are safe - but so devastating to lose all the memories. the rose is . . well . .pretty and flowering - so that is a bonus!

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  4. Oh no, how horrible it must be to lose your home. Poor things.

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  5. I agree, I think it is Double Delight that I photographed in Stawell. Looks like you already have it Shez.....gorgeous rose! Boy how fortunate that young family were not at home....very sad for them. Yummo looking scones xx

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  6. Oh my! That poor family, I wonder how it happened? Such a terrible thing to happen. LOve your roses. Yummy scones. Hope you are surviving the heat okay.

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  7. oh my gosh, so glad the family was not there. Wow!
    Your roses are gorgeous. mmm scones sounds yummy.
    Hugs
    donna

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  8. Bad things happen, but we still have so much to be thankful for.

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  9. Like everyone else I think the rose is Double Delight. How sad for the family to lose their home. At least no one was hurt. Yum! Scones are always good.

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  10. Sad for the family but glad they are safe. Scones... yum and yours look delicious. Not a rose person but they look pretty.

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  11. Very sad for that family to lose their home, but thank goodness they are all safe. Scary thing to happen. The scones look wonderful, I agree the rose is Double delight, we had one at Gisborne.

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  12. So devastating for the family but glad they're safe.
    Yummm scones, will have to make some tomorrow 😊
    Your roses look like my Peace rose.

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    1. Sorry, I meant my Double Delight, lol

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  13. That fire was too close for comfort. Glad that everyone is safe. The time is always right for scones with jam and cream.

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  14. How sad for that family to lose their home.... but lucky that no-one was hurt! Love your beautiful roses! Christine x

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