Three books about flowers and plants found in the Nordic countries.
A great find at IKEA here in Brisbane many years ago.
They were part of a display and asked if I could buy them.
$2 each - bargain!!
A mixture of Swedish vintage candle holders
Our family rooster stayed after Easter
Half the week has already passed. Time does fly!
We are already at the end of May.
The cooler winter months are almost upon us.
Officially, the first day of Winter is on Friday the 1st of June,
but some mornings I think winter has already arrived because it's been so cold.
It's not like the winters in Sweden though.
When I grew up we used to have up to -30°C/ -22°F
on a regular basis and lots of snow.
Here in sunny Queensland, Australia, we have beautiful winter's days with
15-20°C/59-68°F during the day and colder temperature at night,
sometimes as cold as 32°-39°F (0-4°C).
Can't complain though, blue skies and sunshine.
When you live in the subtropics it's:
Beautiful one day - Perfect the next!
Crispy winter months -
A great excuse to get my thick jumpers out of the closet lol
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