I Believe that the Native Hibiscus comes in a number of different colours and I would like to have a good look at that., something I will do when next I visit the Botanic Gardens. I would like a red and a yellow to go with the blue/purple I already have. I think these would make a nice addition. I know, but I am going with the things that I believe will survive rather than be adventurous
This is a snapshot of our electorate:
Grey is a vast electorate, covering 904,881 sq.km, or 91.8% of South Australia, an area larger than New South Wales. It includes the agricultural districts of the Eyre Peninsula and the fishing and port centre of Port Lincoln, the iron triangle cities of Whyalla, Port Augusta and Port Pirie, and since the 2003 redistribution, the whole of the Yorke Peninsula. The greater part of the electorate covers the arid semi-desert north of South Australia
So there it is – a crushing defeat for the incumbent government, so many seats lost, others reduced to marginal seats. A new government, a new direction, so let’s see where that leads. At least this government won’t have the added burden of stabbing each other in the back with the defeated leader and his supporters, undermining the the winning leader and her government. But the saddest thing of all was that even her own supporters turned on her in the end and we had the ” Et tu Brute?” as her so called friends delivered the final cutting strike. Yes it was a lacklustre campaign, populist on one side, controlled and disciplined on the other and in the end, the controlled and disciplined won handsomely. So, as some Americans would say ” Upwards and onwards – Confidence is High” Well, ok, I really don’t know if that’s what real Americans do say, but they do in the Movies :o)
The weather has started to warm up a bit so the dogs have been spending much of their time indoors. Once the weather really heats up and we start to get into the high 30 and 40 then they will spend most of their time inside where it’s cooler. Also, I would like to be able to get back out on my bike again and at least with the warm to hot weather, there is not the annoying wind. I had a look at the Pound and there are ten dogs in there – one Maltese, One Jack Russell and eight Pit Bulls. A worry..
Spent all day yesterday (Saturday) at a fundraising event for the RFDS. I think we
did pretty well for the day but I left before the end to pick up herself and go off to vote.
3 thoughts on “Flowers, dogs and fundraising”
You might be quite surprised at how appreciative your little ones would be if you got them a pet pit bull. Pits are nothing without a) a couch and b) a little dog(s) to be in charge :) Just sayin…
So, what you are really saying is that, when not fishing and camping, Crabby is a Divorce Lawyer and he could do with some business !! :o)
Looks like things are the same in Australia as in North Carolina!