Monday, 25 October 2010

An amazing couple of weekends

The last couple of weekends have been action packed!

Karen, Jolene, Leone & I spent last weekend in paradise celebrating Karen's Birthday. Okay, it was Macleay Island, but spending the weekend with such gorgeous gals made it paradise. Karen organised the BEST place, a gorgeous house overlooking the water with spectacular sunset views. Spent the weekend riding around the Island (all 15km of it), sunning ourselves on the deck, taking photos and scrapbooking.

This weekend Al and I did the Story Bridge Adventure Climb. It was really awesome and what made it even more special was that we were lucky enough to be up there when they turned on the pink lights for Breast Cancer Awareness month!  So, if you're going over the Story Bridge after dark in October, be sure to look up and check out the awesome pink lights! Definitely worth it!

Tuesday, 5 October 2010


Woohoo, I'm feeling fantastic! I love SPRING and the feeling of light, bright and sunshine it brings. Well, even though it's been raining a LOT lately, there have been a few little bursts of sunshine through the cloud, which has made me rethink my scrap space. I've done a bit of spring cleaning, down-sizing, moved things around and decluttered, leaving my space much lighter and brighter! I LOVE IT!

All this means I have a few things left over that I no longer need. I'll take some photographs in the next few days, but to give you an idea, I have...

Spice racks & jars
Various shelf racks
Plastic upright paper holders + inserts
Plastic drawers
Tote bags

If you're interested, check back soon for an update.

Holidays and all!

Finally have a chance to catch up on my little poor neglected bloggie. Main reason being, I've been updating our holiday blog from our recent Cape York trip. I'd love you to check it out! Here's a few of my fav pics.

I would love to be able to say I've been scrapping my heart out, but unfortunately, have not :( Not long after we arrived back from our trip, Al received some exciting news that he'd been offered a job in Perth for 2 years. After a long and agonising decision process, we decided not to go. It was absolutely painful, because as much as we wanted the excitement and fun of moving to a new city, there were a lot of downfalls, like the kids starting school next year, the cost of moving, finding a new house to rent, fixing our house up to rent, storage, and the list goes on. Now we've made our decision, we have finally had time to get back into our routine.