Hello my friends, how are you doing at this busy time of the year?
Everyone seems to get a little frayed around the edges about now, don't you find.
I always know that we're reaching year's end when I see the signs for the annual Taikura (Rudolph Steiner) School Fete. The school lives in our street & the fete is unique, colourful & lots of fun.
I love the way the children are always important;
This table is ready & waiting...
I am always utterly enchanted by Sabine's work..
I bought this dear little mushroom pixie home with me
Jolly & Joy.
As I was fiddling around with my simple display a beloved New Zealand song came to mind.
We used to sing it at school.
Interestingly the same word with the slightest variation Te haranui means big mistake!
Here it is if you'd like to listen to it.
We had such a lovely time on Friday celebrating our 33rd wedding anniversary.
Some of us even played hopscotch!
It was all quite hot & a little chaotic, but who cares.
I made apricot & cranberry balls & some really yummy stollen.
You can find the recipe here.
I do hope you have a fun week in festive preparation.
I plan on not taking it all too seriously & enjoying the bits I love.
Thank you for coming by to see me.