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Monday, March 3, 2014

The Simple Things

Yesterday Mr R. and I decided to get out of the house as we are both fed up with this lurgy that will not leave town. Some sea air we thought was the just the ticket so we packed a picnic lunch (I love a picnic) and headed for one of our favourite haunts, our beautiful Bay area.
It was so lovely to walk along the foreshore with the water lapping the wall.
We walked out to the jetty which I love. The entrance is guarded by this huge timber sculpture which commemorates the original jetty which was built in 1882.
I love the little stainless steel fish that are embedded into the jetty walkway that lead you out to the end of the jetty...some are in small schools some are in ones and twos..they glitter silver in the sunlight just as real fish do when you see them flash by in the water.
Beautiful colourful mosaics also brighten the walkway.
and I love this mandala circle at the end of the jetty.
We chose this lovely shady tree to plonk our chairs under and eat our lunch.
You can't see it here but the tree was covered in these lovely cheery flowers..
So after a nice lunch what does a girl do??? Well she does a little bit of stitching...
and looks at the view...
and watches the rest of the world sail by!
Whilst it hasn't cured the lurgy it certainly helped in the "I feel so sorry for myself" stakes.
I love our Moreton Bay. We are so fortunate that it is on our doorstep.
Bye for now.
Namaste & Blessings,
Michelle xxx

21 comments:

  1. What a beautiful day out you had Michelle!! Great photos and how nice the hexies went too!!
    xx

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  2. Hi Michelle,
    Those pics sure do look inviting and even if it didn't cure the lurgy, it made you feel peaceful I bet.
    Cheers, Anita.

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  3. Beautiful, lucky you - a great spot for a picnic.

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  4. What a beautiful way to spend a day!
    Get well soon!

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  5. a wonderful outing to beat those cold blues..

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  6. Looks like a simply gorgeous Sunday. Hope a little excursion helped you both feel better.

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  7. Nothing like some sea air to feel rejuvenated Michelle - lucky you to have this beautiful setting so close

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  8. Hope that lurgy goes soon Michelle. Looks like that was just the ticket, a lovely break by the sea. Hugs.....

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  9. Those mosaics are adelight. Hope your sunny day blew the cobwebs away Michelle.

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  10. Ah, and now we know your secret - you take your stitches with you when you are out and about - clever clogs!
    The bay looks lovely, and the picnic sounds perfect. Hope you are feeling better. x

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  11. what a beautiful place Michelle and especially to have a picnic,love all those pretty things on the jetty.xx

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  12. Sounds like a perfect day and what a beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic :-)

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  13. Perfect day for a picnic, there is nothing better! Hope you feel better soon-try cinnamon and honey, just a teaspoon of each, even make it into a hot drink!
    Michelle

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  14. What a lovely day out. I hope it made you feel better.

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  15. What a wonderful way to spend the day, and some stitching too!

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  16. Lovely day out Michelle ... The sea is so therapeutic
    Hugz

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  17. What a beautiful spot and it looked like gorgeous weather.Feel better soon

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  18. Just what the doctor ordered! And I feel re-energised too.

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  19. What a beautiful spot for a lovely lunch & a bit of stitching - hopefully it helped to get you on your way to feeling 100% again soon, Michelle x

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  20. Wonderful time at the seaside!
    Great idea :)

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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