Life has been a little upside down lately. A bout of the flu has just passed through our house, leaving me feeling frustrated, house bound and generally unwell. Finally, this weekend good health is starting to return and I am back out enjoying the sunshine. Hallelujah.
Shearing is in full swing and when the mustering crew pull up for smoko in the paddock this is how it rolls. Motorbikes, dogs and the invaluable Savannah.
Lemon and olive oil muffins with a touch of orange zest, because this recipe is always a winner when you have spare citrus.
With some changes and shuffling occurring in our horse family our horse routine has also changed. Instead of feeding the horses at random times of the day I have tried to structure our day so we can take care of this job in the late evenings. At this time of the day it feels like a welcome break from the house and the horse paddock is calm and quiet as the sun starts to set.
When the weather gets too warm for porridge I switch my breakfast routine to homemade muesli. This batch featured organic rolled oats, South Australian almonds, local honey, shredded coconut and the usual seeds. To top it off I am considering an online order of some good quality dried fruit from Tabletop Grapes. Although they are not local to us, they are as close as we can get to local.
Not too far from our horse paddock is this patch of yellow flowers. I am not really sure if they are wildflowers or weeds but they are very cheerful.
I hope you are healthy and enjoying the sunshine.
Happy Sunday friends x