Saturday, 23 July 2016
Saturday, 16 April 2016
Partly because I've been very busy. In the midst of moving and trying to sort out tradies for the new place and trying to patch up the old house, my family arrived for our holiday, and we had another family member stay after that for a little while.
I'm sorry if it feels like I have been avoiding you.
Well, I have been avoiding you.
I've been hiding from everyone. I've been baking a little bun and I've been hiding the oven, so to speak.
I hear you ask - but WHY!? Lots of people get pregnant and have babies. I don't really know why, except that I've been quite anxious throughout this pregnancy. I was waiting for the 12-week mark, then the 20-week mark, then the next milestone and the next and the next. At each point, I still didn't feel right about making an announcement.
I did, of course, tell my family. And I did tell a handful of friends, and work (because it was pretty hard to hide the fact that I was sick in the early days, and that I was getting bigger and bigger).
So, why am I doing this now? Today I went to a hen's, and later this month I'm going to the wedding and having my baby shower (thrown by my amazing girlfriends!), so it's getting harder to hide. So, I figured it's about time people find out.
If you're wondering where I've been, I've been growing a Little Clapson.
Saturday, 25 April 2015
|by Pauline Ibera|
via Skillshare.com - Introduction to the Art of Modern Calligraphy
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Wednesday, 31 December 2014
Tuesday, 9 December 2014
This was my desk. It was filled with a lot of pink, a lot of ambition, a lot of dreams, a lot of laughs, some tears, some heartache, and countless friendships.
Now it is empty.
It marks the end of a chapter to my life. A major chapter.
I'm not sure I really fully understand or realise what this means yet and I'm not sure I'm ready to move on. But I'm moving on.
Tuesday, 14 October 2014
I'm waiting to board a Malaysia Airlines flight to KL.
The pilot (I assumed he was the pilot - he had wings or maybe he was a co-pilot?) was sitting amongst the passengers, which I thought was rather odd.
I was pretty fascinated with this and managed to sneak a photo.
It wasn't until that he stood up and left that I started thinking...
WHAT IF THIS WAS A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT?
Maybe he was sitting there to be more 'accessible' to people but no one talked to him!!!
People always want to talk to the pilot (ok not all people, but many people, including I, would love to) and in the past, in some instances you could access the cabin mid-flight but as far as I know, that is no longer allowed due to security risks.
And the pilot was sitting right there! Anyone could've come up to him! And he was waiting!
I am regretting not actually saying hello.