It is getting to the business end of the academic year so my to-do list keeps on growing so this little blog space has been a bit neglected. Hopefully I get my creative cooking mo-jo back sometime soon and will have some recipes to share with you.
About 2 years ago I decided it would be fun to buy a toy film camera. I couldn’t decide which one I wanted so I ended up just buying a super cheap one on ebay and some film and had fun with the mystery of what my photos would turn out like.
The blue skies and sunny days of winter have been phenomenal. With beautiful weather on our mind, a couple weeks ago we woke up feeling like an adventure, so we jumped in the car and headed down to Byron for a day full of market shopping, sunshine and good food.
Byron Bay never disappoints, and market day brings out the hippy in everyone, with the smell of incense, DIY tie-dye, dream catchers and fisherman pants for as far as the eye can see.
As I mentioned in my last post, this past week has been a whirlwind. This time last week we were on a plane, flying down to Melbourne for 2 nights, for the start of the Garnier Ambassador program.
Since our return, life has been pretty hectic with a couple of massive unexpected curve balls, but we are thinking positively and trusting that everything will work out, as it always tends to do!
Waking up to the sound of raindrops on the roof and a cool breeze through our bedroom window, I knew that this break from the scorching summer days would call for two things… TV and comfort food. Now, days later, when the rain has not given up, we are hoping that it will stop before we have a repeat of last year.
I have always wanted to learn how to sew. On trips to the op shop I tend to return with items that are perfect, except that they are just a little too big, or could use the hem shortened – and as much as I have good intentions of hand-sewing alterations, they sit in my cupboard unworn until the next closet clean out when they are donated back to charity.