it beats a frozen soccer pitch I believe
Mon 29th, Oct, 2012
Morning ladies, how the heck are you? Happy Beach Cottage Monday!
Well the sun is shining here and it’s time for laundry in my exciting life, I am not quite sure how but it seems the laundry seems to grow all by its little lonesome in this old cottage…do you have the same monster growing in your house too?
Anyway, these are some beachy pics from over the weekend…from a little trip I had over the two bridges that lead to Sydney and down the coast to more lovely Australian beaches.
I did this trip with one of my kiddos for sport this weekend and this travelling around the countryside has become our routine….our start to Summer is when these trips start…we pack up an eski of food, our sun gear and beach blanket…
…one part of the partnership partakes in sport and the other part finds new places in Australia to ogle at and wonder, yet again, quite how this place came to be.
I usually team a long walk on the beach with my camera with some vintage treasure hunting but this time there wasn’t any treasure hunting just beach walking…to be honest so stunning that I didn’t want to venture too far away…and I am trying to de-jiggle my legs as we approach short-wearing weather…I can testify to you ladies that walking on the sand is extremely good for one’s jiggly legs.
I’ve mentioned on here before that one of our kiddos does a lot of sport, it’s not always easy being the taxi-driver for this and sometimes a lot of tiredness (on my part), a lot of logistical manoeuvring and a lot of toing and froing goes on…sometimes I whinge at it all…
…and other times I get to see places like this
and poke myself in the eyeball and tell myself to get a life already…this sure beats the side of a frozen but still muddy somehow soccer pitch in Old Blighty on a Sunday morning don’t you think?
Byee I am off to paint the vintage dresser and I have something new on the deck to show you that I am in absoluteeeeee love with…
p.s Barls blogged here, he’s funny