This weekend my friends and I went to breakfast at Greenhouse restaurant in the city on St Georges Terrace. The setting was amazing, and let’s be honest, I felt like a little indie girl sitting on the raw looking wooden chairs, eating organic products, and taking condiments out of tiny square jars. I did like my breakfast, although the crust of the bread was practically a rock and I seriously struggled to the point where I just cut it all off and left it on the side of my plate – how childish of me, I know! Anyway, here are a few photos. I did slightly battle with the exposure in a few of them resulting in a really slow shutter speed and therefore blurry photos – it happens…
We decided to leave once we saw people beginning to order for lunch. So Rachel and I tried to go op shopping – only semi successful, and a lot more expensive than desired. And I found some lovely leopard sandals by RMK. Sure to be seen soon. Here is an awkward and rather failing attempt at taking photos in the mirror amongst bustling David Jones shoppers.
Got home only to leave immediately and take my little sister to find some sort of present/costume for her friends Alice in Wonderland party. We thought perhaps white queen as I had already made a dress for that, but unfortunately she’s almost indigenous so the whole ‘white’ part didn’t really work. We settled at the rabbit and after a large debate over having a nose and whiskers I finally convinced her. Let’s be honest – she looks nothing like the rabbit from Alice in Wonderland, but she looks darn cute.
another post brewing soon.
Believe it or not, I am actually still living.
My apologies for the elongated neglect of my blogging. I think an explanation is due, and hopefully I will be redeemed from the title ‘world’s worst blogger’ once you understand my last couple of weeks. So…
Had a conference at our church starting Tuesday night until Friday night. The requirement was basically 7am to 12pm every day. So slightly hectic. However on the last Friday night, I packed my bags left about 8.30pm and drove down to Peppermint Grove Beach (half way between Bunbury and Busselton) for a long awaited long weekend douth with friends for Jordan’s birthday. Was honestly one of the best times of my life. Then the Tuesday we returned we went to the Perth Royal Show, which was, well, a lot more exciting when I was 10. So the next day I slept in then went in to church to get things organised for a bootcamp we were running for 11-14 year olds. Took up a lot of the day. Then all day Thursday and all day Friday starting on Friday evening. I’ve never been so repulsed by the sound of little kids laughing than when it happens simultaneously with crying ‘I’m HUNGRY!’ at 6am. Regardless it was a lot of fun. So returned home on Monday arvo to a rest and then completed my assignment Tuesday only to be back at college today (Wednesday.) So cut me some slack. I promise I’ll make it up to you!
So here are just a few photos from my amazing trip down south.
(my mother doesn’t like froot loops)
Ah and the last few were from the show.
More fashion stuff on it’s way soon. Love you all.
Went to a sweet sixteenth down a rabbit hole on Saturday.
Here are just a couple of little photos. And if you can’t tell, I went as some sort of version on the White Queen (Anne Hathaway.) And kudos to Mikaela for setting up the place so splendid!
oh and I attempted to turn James into the Mad Hatter (without the white lashes!)