Tag Archives: Sundays in my City

Dec 12th, 2010

Sundays in My City – Happy birthday Adam!

Hosted by Unknown Mami Today was Adam’s 42nd birthday. The day began with the obligatory breakfast and presents in bed and then on to some slight silliness with Christmas tree decorating. Caitlin asked Adam to put an angel on the top of the tree. So he did. The Angel on top of our tree He […]

Aug 29th, 2010

Sundays in my City – A visit from Joss Whedon

Hosted by Unknown Mami Today I took Caitlin to the Opera House to hear Joss Whedon speak about his writing and directing career – from Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Dr Horrible’s Sing-a-long Blog and everything in between and beyond. Joss was fascinating and brilliant and funny and wonderful and when he tackle-hugged Wil Anderson* […]

Aug 22nd, 2010

Sundays in my City – Cockatoo Island

Hosted by Unknown Mami During the July school holidays my mum and I took the kids to Cockatoo Island for the day. Cockatoo Island, a former convict prison and shipyard, is the largest island in Sydney Harbour and when we went to visit it was being used as one of the venues for the 17th […]

Aug 15th, 2010

Sundays in My City

Hosted by Unknown Mami After having just a little too much fun last night I woke this morning wanting nothing more than to curl up on the lounge and pretend I had no responsibilities for the day. But we had Plans and there was to be no wriggling out of them! We dropped David at […]

Aug 8th, 2010

Sundays in my City

Hosted by Unknown Mami After our busy furniture rearranging day yesterday we took it easy this morning and ended up having breakfast at about 11am. Dave and I went and did the grocery shopping while Adam, Tom and Caitlin baked choc chip cookies and brownies. Then after lunch (which we ate at 3:30pm) we put […]

May 9th, 2010

Sundays In My City

Hosted by Unknown Mami Today I was treated to breakfast in bed. I received flowers, tea and chocolates, lots of cuddles, and the mini french press for coffee that I’ve been coveting for a while. Then I lay in bed with my book, my laptop (so I could write my post for my Mum) and […]