I was really happy to see your comments on my last post - I'm so glad I'm not the only one who writes posts in my head after all. And I completely agree that once I've written my imaginary post, I tend to forget how I wrote it, and it never turns out quite the same. Oh well, the burdens us bloggers must bare...
Moving onto other things - this is not what I am wearing today. Yesterday a cold front hit little old NZ and its freezing. I am sitting here in front of a warm heater with tights, a woollen skirt, a thermal, a woollen cardigan and a scarf on. On the bright side, it is the perfect weather for a date night with David! Tonight we are heading out to dinner and then to see 500 Days of Summer at the theatre. Yay.
I took these photos with a tripod the other day when it was warm and sunny out the front of my house. I love my house, its sunny, in a beautiful neighbourhood, doesn't cost millions to live there and has a large, lush garden to take photos in, and I will be most sad to leave it. I don't think there will be anything like this that doesn't cost a bomb in Melbourne, or London, or wherever we end up next year.
Hope you all have a lovely weekend - mine involves sewing, and hopefully lots of it!