365 in 2013

365 in 2013

Sunday: family dinner at SMK
Sunday
Headed back to a grey Wellington and went out for dinner with my family – where we arrange the bottles on the table by height.

Monday: death's head butterfly stabs
Monday
A wee stylised Acherontia Styx friend for Grumpy Cat.

Tuesday: the feijoa that haunted my day
Tuesday
This feijoa sat on my desk all day – it wasn’t mine and I felt bad just eating it. I lasted 6 hours before I gave in and ate it.

Wednesday: lived like a Friday
Wednesday
The night before ANZAC day so of course we treated it like a Friday night.

Thursday: a no-good very-bad ANZAC day
Thursday
Which was then followed by a no-good very-bad ANZAC day. I hid from the world and then drank a glass of wine.

Friday: backup lights in the beehive
Friday
Walking down the beehive on a Friday evening – they were doing work on the Saturday and had installed emergency lighting so they could turn the main lights off. I mean, I presume.

Saturday: flowers at Laura's and a Jewish honey cake behind it
Saturday
Laura had Kim and Kate and I around to watch The Hour (yes, again) but just a few episodes this time. She made delicious Jewish honey cake.

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I really really should get better at the self portrait part of this. It’s just, the light in our room is so terrible. It’s only ever too bright or too dark.

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4 comments

  1. hungryandfrozen · April 29, 2013

    My ANZAC day was great, but the next day was definitely no-good very-bad. Tis hard to get a clear run of good days! Yay for your fresh stabs, and a thousand hoorays for The Hour ❤

    • katinedinburgh · May 7, 2013

      Catching up on commenting and replying to Laura so she sees it – I am intrigued that you made honey cake, it is extremely rare to find someone (non Jewish) who makes it! I only have it once a year at Rosh Hashanah…

      • Sarah-Rose · May 7, 2013

        Speaking for Laura – she made it as Kim is pretty well lactose intolerant. Also, it wasn’t so much a honey cake as golden syrup as Kate isn’t a fan of honey.
        Laura is an exceedingly accommodating friend.

      • katinedinburgh · May 7, 2013

        Awww. SO sweet.

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