Well Christmas is all over and the boys and I are back home again... I hope you all had wonderful days with lots and lots of good food and good cheer.
We spent our Christmas down on the Gold Coast with my parents, and as usual I have come back as full as a goog (I've really no idea how to spell that). My mum likes to feed her people up.
So apart from a massive chicken mission (rain+chicken coop= swimming pool), I haven't really looked around the garden for a few days. It's still raining as I type, quelle surprise, so it doesn't look like much happened while we were away. But whilst on the massive chicken mission, I did notice something.
I trudged back inside to get my camera, and this photo is for Esther and Mark.
Remember the rhubarb?
I was a bit worried after your comments on the leaves not looking particularly rhubarbesque. And when I googled rhubarb images I realised that the seedlings looked nothing like rhubarb. Apart from the red stems. I was getting worried about what on earth my bizzare seedlings were.
But all that worry was in vain. Here's a photo of a new leaf.
Now it looks like rhubarb.
Thank Goodness, I could not go through another episode of look at my watermelon, oops sorry, that's a zucchini.
Merry Holidays People!