Friday, September 24, 2010
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Yesterday I was working at Eumundi State School. It's a pity to drive all that way and not spend more time in this lovely spot but there are definitely a few perks to this job of mine. On my first break I ducked down to the Eumundi Markets. I also bought an overflowing generous punnet of delicous homegrown (most likely) organic cherry tomatoes for $1 and a $1 pumpkin too. A young boy called Litton grows and picks the vegetables himself and sells them in the staff room. What a fantastic way to teach a child about money, and beautiful vegetables for everyone. Thanks Litton!
Sunday, September 5, 2010
I found this complete set on the side of the road as a giveaway outside a 2nd hand store. They were printed in Italy in 1970. I couldn't walk by and leave them, but can't bear to cut them up. They're presently piled up as a small makeshift table. Not sure what else do do with them...
Posted by Sharolyn Newington at Sunday, September 05, 2010