Sunday, May 28, 2017

Home Safe

Sorry I forgot to call to let you know we arrived home safely Mum! Went to Perth for the Craft Fair this weekend and was disappointed with the amount of exhibitors. Will let myself off the hook from going next year after going for the last 5 or 6 years straight.  It's been a fun couple of weeks of gastro and laundry here. So I'm a bit behind on things but looking forward to catching up this week.

I have been reliving some teenage years the last couple of weeks too, re-watching season one of Twin Peaks in preparation of the new season that was released last Monday. I enjoyed the re-watching but I'm not sure about this new season yet.... will have to see.

I hope you are happy and healthy or close to a toilet if you feel like I did last week. Much love xxx


Sunday, May 14, 2017

Lucky Me

Because this lady is my Mum! Today is Mother's Day and Mum won't read this till tomorrow but it is the best Mother's Day present I could give to my Mum. A new post on the blog! I will never forget what Mum always wanted for Mother's Day whenever we asked her, and probably her birthday too, was peace and quiet, just one day of the three of us not fighting or whinging. At the time I thought what an un-consummerist thing to want. But OMG now I get it Mum!! I TOTALLY GET IT.

Love you Mum. You are the most giving, selfless person I know. And I'm proud to be my mother's daughter.

I am now off to watch episode one of season one of Twin Peaks. I've just started my free trial of STAN and am hoping to get through the first two seasons before the new season starts on the 22nd!! Gosh how I loved Agent Cooper, this will totally take me back to high school.

It is also Photoshop Week this week on CreativeLive so I'm going to be torn as to what to watch. So much watching to do!!


p.s. I hope you like your portrait. There are more to come xx 

Sunday, May 7, 2017

DeFunkMe for Free!

A very exciting time in our house at the moment. Hubby (Ian) is launching his book DeFunkMe: the BASIX and for the next two days it is available for free from Amazon Kindle.

I wrote about Ian's depression and subsequent treatment a couple of years ago. At the time I said it was the best money we ever spent and I still feel that way, though it was expensive and we are still paying it off!

I am so proud of Ian for telling his story and sharing what he has found to be effective in turning his life around. The book is a well written how-to covering six essential areas to help anyone live a better life. And anyone in the midst of depression can take hope in Ian's personal story. 

Too many people are silently suffering and don't know where to turn for help. Grab a copy of DeFunkMe:the BASIX and check out the blog

Much love to you all!