Saturday, 4 October 2008


Spring has sprung, the cherry blossom tree is in full flower and the kaka beak a brilliant red. Today was the first hot day, complete with nor'wester, for the summer. Great to spend some time in the sun, even if it was pulling weeds in the garden. Needs must. I took some photos of the flowers and have added a couple here. 

Friday's post was excellent. My Qatar photos arrived, thanks to Martin. It was a lesson in backing up, luckily I had listened to my learned friend and did so. I was so excited, trawled through and smiled at the memories. I will sort some to include here soon. The zoo ones are particularly good and some of the 4wd in the dunes. 

I also got my thesis copies back to hard bind, they've been a long time coming as well. It seems so long since I did my research. I promised to send a copy to my research participants, didn't quite realise how many pages would be involved. Oh well, that's a job for next week, tomorrow a little R & R and socialising is on the menu. 

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