floating on salt

Weekend in review…

  • Friday night TV show catch-up til 3am (I was so behind in everything inc Gossip Girl, Supernatural, Fringe & Vampire Diaries – now I’m up to date!)
  • Saturday brunch at FFF and stroll through the Glebe Markets

    brunch
  • gardening in the winter sun
  • marathon walk with Harley to the dog park to play with his doggie friends

    Harley at the bottom of the doggie rumble
  • unexpectedly good coffee from a “coffee” van
  • 1 hour float session in Bondi (left me slightly claustrophobic but Jay loved it)

    float tanks
  • the smell of freshly washed and line-dried sheets
  • Donna Hay recipe for dinner – garlic chickpeas & chorizo 

    garlic chickpeas & chorizo

fringe freakout

[following content contains spoilers]

My mind is reeling from the Fringe Season 3 finale ‘The Day we Died‘.

OK, it wasn’t as much of a mindfrak as Lost, but it’s pretty close!

Peter never existed. What the hell?

I have so many questions about what Season 4 will hold. Considering an interview with executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman revealed that Joshua Jackson is still under contract for a fourth season [you can exhale now!], my guess for the storyline of season 4 is that of the first people (Walter, Astrid?) going back in time to bury the machine and finding Peter who is in suspended animation or is living as usual in another parallel universe. Plus some more conflict between Olivia/Fauxlivia and Peter’s kid (if he doesnt exist, does that mean his kid still exists???) and Walter/Walternate. Does the merging of the two universes mean that they’re in a third alternate universe now?

The whole time travel paradox is doing my head in. I must go mourn the end of Fringe now.

read great episode reviews here and here