Normally I admire the flowers on our feijoa tree then watch the fruit fall to the ground and be slowly consumed by possums, birds or bugs. This year I collected a few of these strange fruits and after a little search on the web found a recipe for Feijoa Crumble Slice. Feijoa's have a strong intense aromatic flavour but this slice served warm with ice cream was delicious.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Monday, May 16, 2022
I think I have spent more money on Indi's haircuts than on my own! We tried Petbarn today and opted for a wash with a scissor trim to take off the tips. They did a good job and she looks great! A day at the pet shop certainly is tiring and requires a post cut treat and nap to recover!
Saturday, May 14, 2022
We had a long list of electrical issues that had been gathering and so made the plunge to arrange for an electrician to come around the fix them all up.
We purchased new table lamps for our bedroom which are much brighter enabling me to actually read at night without squinting!
Friday, May 13, 2022
Sunday, May 8, 2022
Each actress represented one of Henry VIII wives. Each sang their own story with modern twists on historical facts. Great show. Post musical, we met Eoin and Aoife for a lovely Thai dinner at Lemongrass.
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
At the end of May, Andy began his new role as the inaugural Director of the Australian Community Climate Earth System Simulator - National Research Infrastructure commonly know as ACCESS-NRI. It's a bit of a mouthful and a title I'm struggling to remember. Currently he is working 4 days in the new position located at a new premises but still at ANU and spending 1 day back at RSES.
So far everything has been going well. At the moment the main focus is recruiting - there is potential to have 20+ people in the group. He has also been on a few interstate work trips - what a novelty!
So if you are interested in more info, here is an article ANU did....