We have been in our new house for two months. June has brought us bedroom furniture and dining chairs. (We are still waiting for a three seater sofa.) We’ve put pictures on the walls and decorated bland beige lightshades with coloured twine. The house has become a home.
June has been a month of contrasts. Frosty mornings and mild sunny days. Walks on our snow covered mountain, walks on our new local beach.
June in Hobart is dominated but a winter festival “Dark Mofo”, when the city paints itself red, when weird and wonderful public art, music shows, exhibitions and a Winter Feast pops up at numerous locations around the city.
June has seen new and unexpected flowers appear in our garden, but I will write a separate post about our garden this month.
Oh and June brought me an surprise guest in our hall when I got home from work.
I’ll end with this fun pic, “admiring the view”.
I’m linking this to Su’s monthly challenge at Changing Seasons