After a hectic but final week of eye procedure, I'm managing to catch up on my blogging.
The hunt for photos for this week's words was great fun.
Leaves of the Spathiphyllum in my office
We're full into summer here in the Southern Hemisphere, so autumn leaves are just not available to photograph.
Instead I photographed the leaves on our mulberry tree
When my neighbor, Pienkie moved to the retirement center, she gave me two hats - these red ones!
The black hat on the left is very popular with the African people; the larger hat in the foreground is Grant's pride and joy - a genuine Akubra all the way from Australia
A stop sign at the intersection up our street. We live in a quiet area of town and
many most people don't heed this sign!
The main street of my town: Marquard. It's a small town in the Eastern Free State
The same main street facing downwards
Since democracy 21 years ago, South Africa's essential services like water and electricity have taken a serious dive. We now depend on this water tank to be filled from a large dam in Lesotho and then pumped to our homes. Last week "something" broke and we were without water for eight days
The highlight of our day is to see the marker half way or more down the edge of the tank . We have two water 2500 lt tanks behind our garages and when this municipal tank pumps water, our tanks are filled. BLISS !
I'm linking to Scavenger Hunt Sunday here
Although it's Monday, I decided to hold my post over to Monday.
Wishing you all a wonderful week ahead!