Do you ever have one of those weeks when you don't seem to actually spend any time at home? Well that's the sort of week I am having so in lieu of an actual post I offer you some random pics...
Because when don't Macarons in cheerful colors brighten a day?
My new (and addictively easy) Nespresso machine
New Years Eve eve at Middle Brighton Beach
The Christmas illuminations in the city
The Yarra with high post rain water...
A little bling from Nicole Fendel Jewlery
and our ... Read More
While traveling I managed to take a few photos that sadly have no natural blog home. So as ever the diligent blogger (was that stretching it too far?) I decided to create them a little space all of their very own.This first photo was taken on a Sunday on Fifth Avenue in New York following a giant Latin American (we think) parade that went on for several hours. I can't recall the last time I have seen so many police in one place outside of a police academy movie....This photo was taken in Knightsbridge ... Read More
Isn't odd sometimes how things just don't come together?
1) I can't find my small camera;
2) My big camera is refusing to upload my pics;
3) I spent far too long thinking about my upcoming holiday; and
3) I began reading my novel and only realized ten mins ago it's 11:35pm and I have no blog post!
So for tonight's post I thought I would share some colorful pics.
**Bean and I purchased these gingerbread men from the Arts Centre Sunday Market last weekend as part our Tourist in Melbourne ... Read More
Ok, the Census is really more of a Nationwide thing, in fact it's been 100 years since the first time it was Nationwide, but I figure most of Melbourne is participating in it tonight.This is my first census as an independent adult when I have been in Australia on census night - and I have been weirdly excited about it! I love the idea that in 99 years my data will be out there should anyone care to look at it. Of course they won't. But still.
-screen shot from my iPad.
Bean, Dino and I all headed ... Read More
Bourke St Mall has been invaded by crochet knit, butterflies and flowers. All together.
Walking through the mall last week I was charmed by how pretty and sweet something so spontaneous could look. The Twilight Taggers, yarn bombers, are taking Melbourne Street art somewhere a little different...and I for one am enchanted.
For more information on Bali, the woman behind the art - http://www.twilighttaggers.blogspot.com/
While I heard someone raise the inevitable - art or vandalism? I am happily ... Read More