Monday, May 25, 2009

Home life

We have had a lot of rain lately. In the midst of the heaviest rains I received a call from my sons' school requesting I come and collect them. There were concerns there would be flooding and that if they(and everyone elses kids)weren't picked up, they may be flooded in and stuck there!
We enjoyed being home together, doing jigsaws, painting and talking about monsters.
We also loved meeting our sweet little letterbox friends...these two have decided to beat the rental hikes and shift into a lovely cool industrial looking apartment,and despite the economic crisis, I am not charging them a cent.

Apart from staying in and chatting with frogs I must not forget to pass on my thanks for the support at the Sandgate market. It was a fun day, lots of lovely people stopped and spoke and 'bought for a cause'. It was lovely to be able to support Oxfam. This gorgeous woman bought a brooch from me and placed it on her own funky crochet hat, beautiful, huh? Thanks!

Friday, May 15, 2009

Market-supporting Oxfam.

Tomorrow, Saturday 16th, between 10.30 and 2.30 at the Sandgate town hall a market is being held. Please come along and check out some lovely treasures and support Oxfams important work.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

round up

a joyful boy.

I have had a lil' blogging break because life has been too busy for words.
....celebrations, goodbyes, mummy lovin' days, sewing days, homemaking, launches and more besides.
making my house a home is a lovely thing to be able to do...

international fair trade day...
Lisa is a cupcake. And Biddy Bags has launched tea cozies-noice one.

I have been loving having a sewing room!

a lovely boy.

These two are my life, no matter where it is going, they are beside me and within me, heart and soul.