April – in a Sentence a Day
April in Tumbarumba is a beautiful time – as evidenced by my autumn spam on my social media – I just love it so much!! Here’s just a few of my favourites.
Our three month trip to see our daughter in the UK and to catch up with friends all over Europe, is getting closer every day and by the time you read this (in early May) we should be just about on our way. And that means the Annual Blogger’s Bash is on very soon too, on May 19th – I was nominated in the Hidden Gem category so I’m thrilled to be attending the awards with my blogging daughter. Voting has now closed.
I must admit to having a few ‘moments’ in the lead up to our trip and I wrote about them in this post – Time for another adventure and the guilt set in – I’m feeling better after getting it out of my system!
Read on for more April Awesomeness:
- Sunday: I helped out as a support person for the Easter Feast of Cycling group that was in town – it was a beautiful autumn day and great fun!
- Monday: I went for a walk/run and then we drove to the Sir George pub in Jugiong (1.5hrs away) for lunch with our daughter and son-in-law.
- Tuesday: An early morning walk before a beauty treatment.
- Wednesday: My daughter felt the baby move for the first time – so exciting!
- Thursday: A day of helping a friend with some computer issues and a walk.
- Friday: The Annual Blogger’s Bash Awards nominations announced and voting opened – I’m nominated in the Hidden Gem category and and am very honoured to be in such elite company! I posted this fun read about my first grandbaby 🙂
- Saturday: Social Saturday bike ride followed by a film crew interviewing us about the Rail Trail, which is to be started soon. Dinner and a movie with friends.
- Sunday: I had the most divine massage today! Finally finished and published the hardest post I’ve ever written – What I’ve learnt from surviving a school trip that went terribly wrong
- Monday: Discussion group over lunch then book-club at my house that evening – I had a busy day!
- Tuesday: A quiet day at home.
- Wednesday: A morning in town, morning tea with friends and a relaxing afternoon walk – I love being retired 🙂
- Thursday: An eye appointment in Wagga Wagga (3 hour round trip) then drove to Canberra (3 hours) for night with our daughter and son-in-law.
- Friday: Drove to my parents-in-law’s place and collected my sister-in-law from train for the weekend.
- Saturday: Our niece’s 18th birthday – it was a small gathering at a winery with wine tasting and a delicious lunch.
- Sunday: Drove home (5 hours) into a wet cold afternoon. We badly need the rain as our tanks are almost empty.
- Monday: I had my Whooping cough/Tetanus/Diphtheria injection in readiness for our trip away and the baby due in September. I don’t like needles much but it’s worth it!
- Tuesday: Cleaned the house in preparation of my mother’s visit tomorrow with my Aunt from UK.
- Wednesday: Collect mum and Aunty Carol from Wagga airport and drive them home.
- Thursday: A fun day showing our visitors around our beautiful local area – Sugar Pine Walk, Pilot Hill, Paddy’s River Falls, Nest Cinema Cafe, Mannus Lake – and the weather was once again superb.
- Friday: A road trip around the Snowy Mountains with our visitors – Khancoban, Scammel’s lookout to view the main range, the Snowy Hydro power plants, Corryong – the Man from Snowy River town – all great places to visit.
- Saturday: Saturday morning social catch up with friends, then a late lunch at our favourite local vineyard.
- Sunday: Up early and a slow meandering drive to Melbourne taking in some of the interesting towns along the way – Holbrook, the submarine town; Beechworth; Milawa – all busy with tourists out enjoying the warm weather just like us.
- Monday: A lovely day in Melbourne started with a run around the streets of Kew, and a special birthday dinner for my brother-in-law’s special birthday that night.
Well that was April! I’m now packed, the house-sitter is organised and I’m almost ready to go!
Bring on May, June and July 🙂
Once again, I’m linking up with other bloggers from all over the world who also compile their month in a Sentence a Day.
I’d love to hear what you’ve been up to in April – leave me a message below 🙂
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