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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

MIA




The holidays were fab - EBGames, a bbq at Cottage Point, the Dinosaur show (where I had the epiphany that I'd been doing the same things for over a decade?!), and of course the ever wonderful Bali, where we stayed away from Seminyak for the first time, and I loved the sleepy feel of Jimbaran and the sensational restaurants like Cuca, Balique and Fat Chow (Temple Hill).

However, we have hit the ground running and alas blogging and writing will have to take a backseat while we (a) go to Melbourne for the marathon and (b) move. A lot of logistics to organise, so with all the kids concerts and appointments that have also fallen this week (fingers crossed the braces come off today!), I will not return until the last week of October.







Just wanted to say all was well, and I'm loving life, just too busy to put words on the page.

Hope the sun is shining in your world too.

Fat Chow gets a special mention for playing Parov Stelar and getting me back into this:

Linking with #WWOT #WWOAT




8 comments:

  1. There hasn't been much sun in Melbourne lately, but I am looking forward to a couple of warmer days ahead! I miss the sunshine!

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  2. Okay, I think I've missed something cos I didn't remember you were moving. Will have to re-read some old posts me-thinks, but it sounds like you're really busy. But happy!!!

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  3. When life is that loved you are too busy enjoying it to write, it is a happy life indeed. xx

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  4. Busy bee! Catch you on the flip side and keep loving life :) hope the move goes smoothly :)

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  5. I miss Jimbaran. That's where we go every time we're in Bali. All the best with the move! x

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  6. I hope the house move goes well... See you soon! #LovinLifeLinky

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  7. Good luck with the move - I know it's stressful, but it's a great time to "purge", which I know I need now and then. We accumulate so much "stuff"!

    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/10/springtime-memories.html

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