Well, kind of back.
I’m still keeping a low profile and only posting on two blogs, very occasionally on a third.
Given this is the original and more populated of them all I’m posting here to let you know I haven’t completely fallen off the earth.
Check out (and follow if want) the new posts on Café Run and Crazy Chick Running.
It’s all about motorbikes, food and running these days.
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As I will be leaving this blog for an unknown time, here are the links to what I will be concentrating on this year. I’d love to see
some, all, any of you come and visit me.
Clicking on the picture to take you to each site.
Foody Blog – Food. Coffee. And a motorbike. Simple and honest food reviews – The Cafe Run.
Find more posts about food runs on Twitter using the following tag #TheCafeRun
Photography Blog – through the lens
I’m lacking in photographic motivation at the moment, (even though I am constantly surrounded by it) but my travel photos – at the very least – will be shared.
Beady (& craft) blog – Marcato Designs
Which also has been sorely neglected. But I’ve decided that this is my year and I plan on promoting
the shit out if it like crazy (and working really hard making beautiful stuffs jewellery). You’ll find Facebook, Twitter and website links on the blog if you so desire following along.
And if you’re interested in
my market escapades the market I co-ordinate, please check out the website (Facebook link on the page). Woodbridge Village Market.
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Click on the bike to check out a little something I’ve been working on.
With summer fast approaching with long sunny days, I can see there will be many more posts coming your way.
Ok, I know it’s Saturday, but this was started yesterday, and we were home too late to get it together last night.
It was a day of food for mum and I yesterday. First up we had Villa Howden High Tea, take two. Read about take one here.
It was beautiful. The coffee was still good, the food gorgeous and the cake mum made for her friends birthday just divine.
Today is dad’s birthday so last night we went out for dinner and a jazz evening.
The cafe we went to regularly has Jazz evenings and last night was big band night.
It was brilliant.
The food as always was beautiful – antipasto platter to start, crusted salmon fillets, scallop pie, chicken pie, crepes, with the best mashed potato, and lovely roasted beetroot and parsnip – dad had tears in his eyes, and hubby organised for them to sing him happy birthday.
No photos of last night because of it was about being in hone moment.
We finished off the night with hot chocolate and coffee while I splashed out and had a liquer cappucino. A dash, of Kahlua was a tasty addition with whipped cream on top.
Big family lunch today, then my house will be full with sister and 3 kids, plus my sister in a law in visiting as well.
Have a good weekend 🙂
Following on from the title, the dog now has a super sized kennel. I’ve nick-named it the Doggy McMansion for its size. An apple bin and a half, fully insulated, with plaster walls, and when were finished it will have a proper roof with shaded area on the grass for him, and guttering, and he even has a verandah. Spoilt much.
Putting it here from construction in the carport was a feat of brute strength. Picture a scene from some movie where kings are carried on thrones through the streets, a man (or more) at each corner. That was us. Thankfully the dog was not anywhere near his house.
For the rest of my week…
Photography – I’ll see what I can do. Nothing planned, but I need to get out there.
Crafty – there are felt bags to make, or at least try some test ones, a market to email and see if there are spaces available for this weekend and always things to make.
House and family – baking a few sweet treats and after a friend mentioned it, I need to buy some pork chops and do something amazing. Plus the organising of play dates, send hubby on his way and keep the troops fed, washed off to school, and getting the house shop shape for rental inspection (ugh), school photos for two boys,
Market – post market round up, start thinking on the next one, send out an email explaining some things.
Sounds like a pretty normal week for me, adding in the call outs to friends and appointments that invariably pop up.
Have a great one, and I’ll see you whenever I get the chance