a flock of seagals

“We might need a grenade launcher.” Let’s bask for a moment in the awesomeness of Steven Seagul. I miss his corny one-liners and over the top violence. Let’s just forget about his real life troubles with the FBI, organised crime, weight gain and being choked out at his dojo by his stunt double… …and justContinue reading “a flock of seagals”


Malcolm Turnbull will become Australia’s next prime minister after defeating Tony Abbott in a vote for the leadership of the Liberal Party, winning with 54 votes to 44, last night. Arguably the worst PM in history, this man set Australia back 30 years with his sexist (3 women in his cabinet), misogynist (appoints himself asContinue reading “#putoutyouronions”

31 random observations

split ends are the most noticable when bored on a conference call Jay’s surliness is proportionate to the amount of lapsed time since his last meal one’s cheerful demeanour is directly related to the number of stupid questions one gets asked during the day cheese = happiness Saturday winter afternoons are best spent internesting (nestling inContinue reading “31 random observations”

green acres, kangaroo valley

last winter, we had the pleasure of staying at Green Acres homestead in Kangaroo Valley in the NSW Southern Highlands. our little getaway group consisted of our friends King & Pete, who researched and discovered this little holiday gem, Misch our lovely, rambunctious Georgian, Skelly our passionate little pocket rocket, my bearded hubby Jay, ourContinue reading “green acres, kangaroo valley”

a little story about a pot

i want to share a little story with you about this beautiful Balinese pot it was 1998 and I had just arrived in Sydney from my hometown near Newcastle. I dropped out of uni to follow a boy who had my heart (and many years later would become my husband), to the big city. weContinue reading “a little story about a pot”

thursday thoughts

   I think a lasting friendship is one of life’s greatest joys. There are people who surpass the friend status and become family. Their political opinions, religious beliefs and social ideology don’t always have to mirror your own, but as long as your respect and love for each other is at the forefront, then friendshipContinue reading “thursday thoughts”

friday flowers

//my weekly bunch of beautiful blooms// “Why I Wake Early  Hello, sun in my face. Hello, you who made the morning and spread it over the fields and into the faces of the tulips and the nodding morning glories, and into the windows of, even, the miserable and the crotchety –  best preacher that everContinue reading “friday flowers”