These past few weeks have been some of the most difficult of my life. Everything I thought I knew to be true was turned on its head… forcing me to re-evaluate my future and everything else in between. The only thing left to do is take a leap of faith and believe that eventually, everything will be alright.
I can finally understand the hype around Nike free’s. Although I could never run in them (my old man knees would never cope) they are an almost perfect casual walking travel shoe. And yes, I happily wear sneakers when travelling – gone are the days when fashion trumps comfort. Hence why you’ll only ever see waist-up travel photos of me 🙂
Nothing haunts us like the things we don’t say.
—Mitch Albom, Have a Little Faith
After my Nook died a premature death, I put off buying another e-reader, namely because there wasn’t (at that time) a good enough choice here in Australia. Ended up ordering the Kindle Paperwhite when it got released through a parcel forwarder and a (loooong) 3 months later it finally arrived. Since I got it last December there’s rarely a day that goes by without it being switched on – I’ve powered through so many books (some better than others) but it has completely re-kindled (ha) my love for reading.
And for those supporters of paper only books – I can see your point, but try carting around the hardback version of A Dance With Dragons on the bus every day and it might just change your mind…
One day, you’re 17 and you’re planning for someday. And then quietly, without you ever really noticing, someday is today. And then someday is yesterday. And this is your life.
— John Green
Celebrating mum’s birthday with lunch at Moo Moo’s. Happiest of all birthdays to the best, most beautiful mum in the world.
I have well and truly reached that stage in my life where everyone around me is getting married – not that I’m complaining, I love a good wedding! My dear friends Danica & Chris said “I do” yesterday in one of the most beautiful wedding’s yet.