|Chateau Mango, Vietnam|
This morning eight men dressed in black whizzed
into our driveway and parked their motorcycles
alongside our house.
They came to start the 'Tahilla Pack'.
I have spent weeks tagging and sorting, inside and out.
I have to say it has been hard not to feel nostalgic
for what we have created at Chateau Mango.
It's been a labor of love.
|View to a garden and a hippo.|
Even though our days in Vietnam are not quite over yet,
Chateau Mango will shortly be a shadow of it's former self.
And that's ok...we knew this time would come.
We have been planning for it since we arrived four years ago
and we certainly have been busy.
|This goes with that...kind of.|
I can't help but wonder...
what will it be like when Chateau Mango
merges with Tahilla Farm?
|Tahilla Farm awaiting a garden.|
I have been able to keep my sanity through it all
with the help of my youngest son, Connor.
He came home for a two week school break...
I just love when he comes home,
Tika does too.
Connor has since returned to Sydney
leaving his mother talking to herself again.
Mr. H is keeping quiet.
I fly back to Tahilla Farm in two weeks
where a garden party awaits and a college graduation.
Our Miss Claire is graduating!
Claire is off to Africa in July
for a two year assignment with the Peace Corps.
We are so very proud of our girl in
red, white and blue.
|Miss Claire sporting red, white and blue.|
I would love to share one more thing. My mother, Alma,
was recently interviewed and asked to tell
a little bit about herself and her shop.
It was so much fun to view
and since many of you have asked...
here is Alma and her thoughts about turning 80.
Wishing you a wonderful week!
Thank you so much for reading along!!