Hubby and I were on a mission grabbing a bargain from the Glenorie Growers' Market, taking advantage of a bright Sunday morning. While driving along our merry way, on a road so familiar to me, a roadside stall on a private property lured me to stop to have a closer look at these magnificently coloured paper-like stunners. Although not afraid of being alone, they're no party-poopers, in fact they perform best in each other's company. Sitting next to this beautiful bunch of blooms was the honesty box. It gives me comfort and joy, to know that despite of the chaos happening in this troublesome world there are still people out there we can trust, gesture of honesty in a world full of uncertainty!
Hello friends, hope you are all having a wonderful week and enjoying the change of season. Thank you for visiting my humble blog and leaving your sweet comments. I'm sharing some of our spring blooms. I will be posting more of country town Rydal soon.
Take care and God bless
This week I'm joining:
Martha of Martha's Favourite for Tea cup Tuesday
Terri of Artful Affirmation for Tea time Tuesday
Sandi of Rose Chintz Cottage
After the market we stopped at my Mother-in-law's for a catch up and gave her some of these beauties.
This tea pot is a school fete find at $2, goes well with my poppy arrangement. Don't you think?
These mulberries are the sweetest we've harvested so far as the tree is only 2 years old.
Bought a few things from the market: peony tea, vanilla slices some choc brownies and this chocolate-flavoured tea was divine.
Poppies blooming-Canberra's Floriade
I can't seem to let spring go by with out purchasing a bunch of poppies.
This cup is also one of my school fete finds, for which I paid $2.