The Air is Clear.. Finally!

We've recovered from the sandstorms of the past few days. The kids wanted to go to the farm and run around and after having been cooped up for too long I was ready to go too. I called my friend and asked if she and her daughter would like to join us and she said 'Let's go!'.

We had a nice walk and after that the girls decided to wash the dust off the cars while I sat with my friend and we caught up on our news. Yusef went to work... he made a nice pot of tea for us.

Yusef.. looking good!

We sat and visited while the sun set. It was a beautiful sight to see. Made that much better with a mug of hot tea - thank you Yusef!

Tomorrow the kids go back to school after a long weekend and I will start to sort out the laundry that has piled up... after the peace and fresh air of today I feel I can face anything... even the mountain of laundry.

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