Another week, another blog! Is it just me, or does it feel like the weeks pass at the speed of light at the moment? I blink and it’s Monday again…
I am currently tucked into bed (it’s 3.50 pm but I was feeling cold after I finished work, and let’s be honest – there’s nothing quite as cosy as snuggling up under a fluffy doona…) I do however have my yoga gear on – so don’t you worry, I won’t stay here until bedtime, just a little bit longer!
The week just gone felt more like 2 days than a week, maybe because I was super busy both at work and in my time off.
I had a wonderful visit from Sally and Dennis, who flew up from Melbourne and I also celebrated Richards fathers birthday and waved Kara, Lilly and Nathan goodbye before they went back up to Darwin.
This is Sal and Den, my wonderful “Australian parents”. I met them during my very first week in Noosa five years ago when they were up to celebrate Dennis’s 60th and was welcomed with such warmth and love right into their family. They’ve been a beautiful support throughout my years down under and it’s so lovely to catch up when we do.
These two photos are snapped right outside my workplace, which you may recognize from the videos last week. I know I’ve said it is cooler in Noosa now but during daytime you don’t really need to wear a jumper – I was just hiding my work uniform underneath.
As far as photos goes for the rest of the week it seemed I kept logging my camera around in my bag without actually getting it out – silly me!
I did however snap a few pictures from Richards and mine lunch down the beach. If you ever travel through Noosa you must promise me you have an açaí bowl whilst enjoying the stunning views – you can’t really say you’ve been here if you don’t…!
I hear the sun is out and summer in full bloom in Sweden and I love seeing all your photos of light and long summer nights and picnics in the parks. Keep them coming and enjoy for me too – there is something very special about swedish summer…!
Now I’m going to have myself a little siesta before yoga and I’ll see you again on the other side