Week Seventeen

365 in 2009!

Sunday: 16 Kilos of Feijoas
Sunday
We had 16 kilos of feijoas. I was just doing my part to help out.

Monday: Pearl Earrings I made!
Monday
Wearing Chartreuse and the black pearl earrings I made.

Tuesday: Sunny lunchtime
Tuesday
It may have been chilly but the sun was out so I made the most of it.

Wednesday: Hmmm.
Wednesday
I never did like that Gandhi guy. Maybe he means paparazzi? I’m sure he’d think I was lovely.

Thursday: Starbucks after a stressful meeting
Thursday
A healthy choice lunch after a stressful meeting.

Friday: Poppy Day
Friday
Poppy Day.

Saturday: Knitting.
Saturday
I spent Anzac Day at home, knitting. Or rather, testing to see if I could remember how to knit. Answer? uhh kinda.

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Office Products as Hair Clip
Ingenuity.
Office products as hair restraints.

Because this is turning out to be a no-good, very-bad week …

Kat's 25th

Here’s a photo of Kat‘s adorable puppy gnawing on my thumb.

p.s. That’s Craig’s manlymanly arm at the bottom of the shot. I am not that hirsute.
p.p.s. The puppy is a chocolate labradoodle (labraDOODLE!) called Bailey and is pretty much the cutest thing ever.
p.p.p.s. With me? puppies are like babies. I distrust them generally, like a few, am definitely not ready for one of my own.
p.p.p.p.s. Sir C and I will probably eventually get a cat rather than a dog anyway. You can’t parallel that one to babies.

From the Archives

San Francisco, January 2008

Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge

There is Hope

Zoom

Looking back at the city

Bendy Golden Gate Bridge (wide angle lens adaptor)
(I was using a wide angle lens adaptor. The bridge isn’t actually all bendy)

San Francisco from the Bridge

A plane and the Golden Gate Bridge!
Plane and the Golden Gate Bridge. Beating a dead horse.

Oh we beat this dead horse
Another dead horse!

Craig never really wore those glasses again. I wonder why.

Week Sixteen

365 in 2009!

Sunday: Easter Egg
Sunday
Zombie-Jesus day. I ate an egg. Or two.

Monday: Auckland Airport. Gherkins!
Monday
A lazy last day in Auckland.
Craig in the McDonalds at Auckland Airport. This is, however, the moment I realised that I quite like Gherkins.
Year upon year of whipping them out of burgers without trying them and now? mm-mmm.

Tuesday: $1.60 to my name
Tuesday
The day before payday and we had $1.60 to our names, after doing things like providing lunch and travel of course.

Wednesday: Must remember to go to this Ex.
Wednesday
Checking the dates of the Monet exhibition. Thankfully I still have a couple of weeks!

Thursday: Nailpolish Tester
Thursday
After lunch with my favourite Petra, we wandered a department store and I tried out nailpolishes.

Friday: my cute, UNIQUE, shoes
Friday
My afternoon was veryvery quiet. I loved the shoes I was wearing. My totally, completely UNIQUE* shoes.

Saturday: Raspberry and Feijoa Gelato
Saturday
At a fabric fair in Brooklyn, I sat in the sun and ate Raspberry and Feijoa Gelato.
It was delicious but by the end I was so cold I had to put my jacket on.

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Self Portrait 15 with eyeliner

*Did you guess? they aren’t completely unique. My baby sister and mother each have a pair.

I Tweet Too Damn Often…

ohdarling: Drinking Cranberry juice with a splash of Rosewater. But no Jameson. It’s a Virgin Rosebud! (dirty)

With a few simple (inappropriate) (or HILARIOUS) words, I realised that I have sent THREE THOUSAND twitter messages.

Either I spend way way too much time on Twitter, orrrrrrrr perhaps I’ve just been using twitter for a long long time. And I have! since April something-or-other 2007. Two years, most definitely.
I only tweet (on average) 4.10958904 times a day. That’s nothing!

Okay. So I just went back over allallall my twitter messages and my very first one was in MARCH 2007 :

ohdarling: Dreaming
9:46 PM Mar 7th, 2007 from web