Tag Archives: NaBloPoMo

Nov 23rd, 2010

Enough about me, let’s talk about you for a while

I suspect I already know a fair bit about most of my lovely readers, given that if you comment here and blog yourself then I try to make sure I visit your little corner of the net too. However, indulge me anyway (especially if you haven’t commented before!), say hello and tell me a little […]

Nov 22nd, 2010

Kids, ruining photos for decades

Aunty Liz, my Dad, my Mum, Grandma, Grandpa, me, Uncle Bruce, Aunty Faye, Warwick, Emma, Rebecca and Martin. (Uncle Rob presumably took the photo.) At Epping c.1980 I’m always complaining to my kids that they’re ruining photos by making stupid faces in them, but I sort of like this photo. Nice one, ten year old […]

Nov 21st, 2010

Finally! I made something!

My lounge room has been taken over by boxes of bead trays and I’m not feeling much inclined to put them away again any time soon so I might even make more stuff in the next few days. I’m rather excited by this, it’s been months since I made any jewellery! I only have one […]

Nov 20th, 2010

OOTD – Another new necklace!

I’m off to Caitlin’s second dance concert of the week tonight and I’m taking my new fabulous fat necklace out for a spin Tunic – Autograph Leggings – Target Shoes – Mathers Necklace – Definatalie I didn’t get a close-up of the necklace in the outfit I’m wearing now, but here’s the one I took […]

Nov 19th, 2010

Dried leaves in boiling water…

…an exercise in associative blogging. Tea. My Nanna (Dad’s mum), who I remember as teaching me to drink tea – no sugar, a bit of milk, strong and hot. Breathing in the steam from the mug, cupped in cold hands, sitting around a campfire at night. So many glorious camping holidays with my family and […]

Nov 18th, 2010

100 years – a life

This piece was written by my very wonderful Aunty Liz. Liz is my Mum’s twin sister and our family historian, she has self-published a series of books about various branches of the family and I’ve very much enjoyed reading them all. My cousins Cameron and Rebecca read this out at Grandma’s funeral on Tuesday and […]