The house if starting to come together, floors will be done next month and then we can move the furniture back in. Looking forward to it as I can't find anything.
While this is going on I'm spending time researching various branches of the tree, with a bit of success.
I have joined the Kent Family History Society, http://www.kfhs.org.uk and they have been very welcoming. Their journal is interesting and I have joined the Global Section and have had helpful replies to my query.
I have also taken out a subscription to The British Newspaper Archive so I can access their version of TROVE. No luck so far with my searching but as it was 10.00pm, last night, I might do better when I'm fully awake!
This morning I went to the Garden of Remembrance at Rookwood Cemetery and took some photos for a friend. It is part of The Office of Australian War Graves and has plaques for eligible veterans, who have died post -war and whose deaths are accepted as being caused by war service. It is a beautiful quiet spot.
Spring is here, so I've been pruning, with the hope that the gardenia will flourish rather than be very woody. I had no luck with my cauliflowers, they were all leaf and no flower. Not happy about that. The peas and tomatoes are growing well.
Hope your weekend has been great.
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