Mother's house is on the market. She signed with an agent last week. She subsequently asked me to withdraw it from sale, but I explained to her that she had signed a contact. We filled in the property details today for the conveyancer. Mother will see if she is correct and the agent vastly overvalued her home, or the agent is correct. I expect something in between. But of course the Coronavirus may have a vast effect on property sales.
R made us sandwiches to have at Mother's, well ABI Brother's home where she lives. She is not fearful and sent ABI Brother to the Asian Bakery to buy her a salad roll for lunch.
We took her out for a drive and ended up in Fen territory, that is where former blogger Fen grew up. We went on to Cardinia Dam/Reservoir/Lake to an area that seemed unfamiliar but we may have been before. Oh yes, we have been there before.
Beaconsfield Upper is a lovely area. R went to the local supermarket to buy bread and chutney. Chutney yes, bread no. The sun was shining and fields and the bush and fields are so green. Hard to believe the fires of earlier this year. Yet in 2009 Beaconsfield Upper was pretty well burnt out. Little sign of that now.