Tag Archives: Sundays in my City

Sep 25th, 2011

“I Do” or How I spent my Sunday

Caitlin and I headed in to the city this morning to meet up with friends from the Hoyden About Town blog community. We met in the Queen Victoria Building at about 11am and settled down for a couple of hours of coffee, chatting and comestibles. This on its own was an entirely satisfactory use of […]

Sep 4th, 2011

Happy Father’s Day

There are many reasons why Adam is awesome. He produces delicious sourdough bread on a semi-regular basis. He takes on such projects as the sewing of reenactment clothes with enthusiasm and drive that gets me off my struggling-with-a-mood-downswing butt (hello *waves* that’s why the blog silence recently, almost wasn’t going to write this either). I […]

Jul 17th, 2011

Sundays in My City

We went bowling this morning, it’s been a long time between visits to the bowling alley and we were all rather rusty. But no children’s tempers were lost and no muscles were pulled so all was well. We came home and had a BBQ lunch and sat around chatting for a while before finally deciding […]

Jul 3rd, 2011

Winterfest Medieval Fair

  On Friday night Adam and I were up till 2am organising our stuff and getting the car packed for the Winterfest Medieval Fair. One day I’m going to do that thing I keep promising myself of sorting all the kit out and putting it away sensibly after an event so that when it comes […]

Mar 27th, 2011

Sundays in My City – Sydney Aquarium

Hosted by Unknown Mami We had a slow start today, a late brunch and kids who didn’t really want to leave the house. Adam persuaded us into dragging ourselves out to the car and off to the city despite the grey skies and rain. It’s kind of handy that I married him, if we had […]

Jan 30th, 2011

Sundays in My City – Last day of the summer holidays

Hosted by Unknown Mami We started off with a lazy morning and a very late brunch, Adam cooked onion and bacon omelette with grilled tomato and mushrooms. Then we did a little bit of tidying up and hung two loads of washing out in the sunshine. Next up was a game of Munchkin, I won […]