It was a day of two tales for Rosalee and I. Rosalee spent the morning washing sheets and clothes some through the washing machine some by hand. I spent the day snorkelling out into the deep channels of Coral Bay.
Rosalee made lunch and I ate it.
Rosalee took the kids to the beach and entered in a sandcastle competition and created a turtle. I stayed at home and read the newspaper and came to the beach in time for the judging with the camera ready.
Rosalee made the beds with the clean sheets and then cooked dinner whilst I took my book (Sense and sensibility) to the pool with the kids in tow to supervise them.
I washed up the dishes at lunch and dinner whilst Rosalee rested. It was a pretty even day I reckon.
After the sandcastle competition I took the kids and Rosalee to the bakery to have some arvo tea. The Fowlers who must of visited every bakery across Australia on their lap rated this little bakery the best, so given that rap by the experts we each chose our cakes or slices or biscuits. Lilianna was in a state as there were too many choices for her to decide on just one and eventually chose the rocky road. It was pretty good and now that we have been to the best we don’t have to try any others.