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Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Taking Stock - Feb

I am spending a lot of time driving all over Sydney, which is too dull for words, or at least too dull to go into for you, my dear readers, so it is a good thing that I have also been making the most of my evenings for frivolity. At least when the kids tedious commitments don't get in the way.

Drinking : Too much. But lots of cocktails so there's vitamins in there. I think. At least I LIKE to think so.

Reading: Augusten Burroughs - How to. I LOVE this book so much. He's so funny, so engaging and it's a really interesting look at pretty much the human psyche in relation to everything. 

Wanting: More time in the day - but big yawn, who doesn't?





Playing: Mah Jong at the fabulous Mah Jong Garden for the Lunar New Year


Enjoying: Belly laughs with good friends. Who knew Phil Collins could provide so much mirth...Literally could not speak I was laughing so hard!

LovingAugusten Burroughs - How to. I've quoted it to about 3 different people and told about 50 people to read it. I am realising I must be very repetitive....

Will leave you with this song by George Maple, who I'm very excited about seeing tonight and currently Listening to on high rotation...(not suitable for work - some nudity, you don't really see anything, but just incase)


How's your February panning out?






Linking with #MummyMondays

A strange one for #LovingLifeLinky but I have been having so much fun lately (interspersed with some dull routine and obligations - and ever so tedious kid/school commitments of course) that it's been hard not to love life and feel ever so lucky!

11 comments:

  1. The Mah Jong Garden looks nice with the orange lanterns against the green back drop. Thanks for mentioning Augusten Burroughs' book.

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  2. Now I really want to read that book. Cocktails sound good,too. Cheers!🍹

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  3. I saw the mahjong courtyard too but don't know how to play!

    SSG xxx

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  4. ...my February h.as been a blast! I hope that March will be more than you expect. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. The courtyard is lovely! Have a great week.

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  6. I love the stories of Sydney via your eyes and ears. It takes me to different spaces and places I would not experience. Thank you for linking up for #lifethisweek 9/52. Next week's optional prompt is Share Your Snaps 2.

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  7. I'd love to learn how to play mah jong.

    Ingrid
    http://www.fabulousandfunlife.blogspot.com.au

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  8. Cocktails absolutely do contain vitamins. A big tick there. I saw the mahjong courtyard the other day when I was down, but was rushing to get to a meeting so didn't stop...besides, I have no idea how to play!

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  9. I am curious about that book. I might have to Google it! Ahhh Mah Jong. We have the game here and I still don't know how to play it (must learn)! #TeamLovinLife

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  10. Your book sounds interesting Lydia. You should have an affiliate link! :) x

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  11. There is definitely vitamins in cocktails. There has to be. Surely. #teamlovinlife

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