Sunday, September 06, 2020

Mud Cake anyone?





 Bloody new blogger, can't work anything out.  I'll start with the bottom photo of Rylee who really does like Mud Cake. It appears she has trouble finding where her mouth is in that gorgeous face. And I am really lousy at remembering birthdays but I'm sure she turns one or two this month.  Time has begun to lose meaning this year. I thought I was very good keeping up with  my diary for the last two weeks until it turned out to be last two weeks of July. The Calendar didn't help since it was still on June.

The top photo is of a creek in Queensland (legal, they live there). Their Grandfather loved nothing better than to photograph creeks and waterfalls so I thought I would put this here for Fathers' Day.

Big sister Laura is at the top enjoying the rocks and water.  It looks really warm but the water is making me feel cold.  I won't mind being locked in for a while longer.  The North wind last week had my sinuses clogged with dust and I don't care what anyone said about it being warmer, it wasn't.

Now there is a new font size, sorry if you think you're going blind. 

6 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

You are braver than I am. I keep reverting to legacy blogger, and will continue to do so as long as I can. Blogger has already shifted the dates quite a few times..
Love the photos. Rylee is simply gorgeous.

Andrew said...

What lovely photos in an idyllic setting.

River said...

Gorgeous babies and I love the creek setting. I've got used to the new blogger now, apart from constantly typing blooger by mistake. It seems to be working well for me.

JahTeh said...

El Chi, I stuck with the new only because the old was getting the boot in September. Google Chrome was driving me crazy with having to synch everything so I could wipe searches when I log out. They should just leave it as blogging for old people. I wouldn't be surprised if Blogger went the same way as MySpace and all those earlier ones although it did survive Facebook.

They look very happy kids and stupid me called her Laura which is her mother's name and I'm still trying to think of her name which is on the tip of my tongue and I can't get it. I don't know how I'd go with all of your family, probably just by numbers.

River, it took a while to work out the photo deal but got it in the end. I have to admit having a list of posts with the photo alongside is good. I'd like to have a new look but I'm not going near settings. I am going to have to get my birthday book out and find the name.

Beth Waltz said...

A version of the "which relative are you?" phenomena plagued my father in his late 80s. He'd be out and about, buying auto parts and pursuing projects, when young people would scurry up and greet him enthusiastically -- and he hadn't a clue where they perched on the family tree.
Until. He learned to respond with, "And how are your folks?" By the time they'd recited the names and their ailments, he'd figured out which sprouts stood before him. :)
Love the pix of the little miss who's missed her mouth. Now *that* is glamping with style!

JahTeh said...

Beth, At this stage I don't have a family tree more like a family plant. My sister, nephew and one first cousin and that's it for close family.