Just wanted to wish all my amazing friends on WordPress a very Happy a Valentine’s Day.
Hope you all have an amazing day celebrating with that special someone or just celebrating with the people you love.
Come to think of it, I think everyday should be Valentine’s Days.
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Today was a lovely day with family celebrating Australia Day!!
The sun was shining and my sister prepared some traditional Aussie treats.
The champagne was flowing and we had a wonderful time as we always do when we are together.
Guess the only not so good thing is that it’s back to work tomorrow.
The end of another era!! My babies have their grade 6 graduation today and as I sit waiting in the amphitheater with all the other parents and grandparents I can’t help thinking how surreal all this feels.
It feels like only yesterday that I was waking them in for their first day of prep.
There is a buzz of excitement in the theatre as we wait for our children to step out onto the stage. The lights are dim the performance is about to begin, where are the tissues?
Is there such a thing as too much partying ? If you asked me last month I would have said “No Way “, but ask me tonight after I have been out every single night this week and I am starting to think there actually could be such a thing as too much partying.
The Christmas lead up is always a busy time of year, it’s a time to catch up with family and friends exchange presents and Christmas cards.
I’m feeling excited but so so tired and there are still 21 sleeps left till Christmas.
Yesterday was mum and dad’s 50th Wedding Anniversary!! Many of you know that my brother, sister and I had a surprise celebration planned for them, what you didn’t know and what they didn’t know, was that our surprise was a night out on the Titanic!!
That’s the Titanic theatre restaurant not the actual Titanic that sunk in 1912. The Titanic theatre restaurant is a beautiful restaurant in Williamstown Melbourne done up as a replica of the Titanic ocean liner. A limousine picked us up at mum and dads place around 5:30pm, and after taking heaps of photos we set off for what was a great night.
Mum and dad were very happy, everything was perfect, the food, the atmosphere, the show, the limo ride there and back.
50 years of marriage is an awe inspiring milestone that needs to be celebrated that’s for sure.
Here’s to many more happy years mum and dad.
So today is my wedding anniversary 16 years of marital bliss! We have had many highs and a few lows in that time. I don’t think I am the same person who made those vows 16 years ago. I think Stephen is though, he hasn’t changed at all, but I know I have. Earlier this year I walked through the city, down past all the old haunts where we use to frequent, including the Rialto Towers where we spent our wedding night, and I couldn’t help feeling a little nostalgic. I found myself wondering what had happened to that girl? How much life had changed her, matured her, she was a mother now, older, with responsibilities, wrinkles and a few more kilos. I think if I am to be honest with myself I would have to say that I am happier with in myself now, happier with myself also. I don’t miss that girl, she was just the template for the woman I have now become. I no longer feel I need to be perfect. In fact I realised a long time ago that no matter how much you strive for it perfection is unattainable. I think I am just happy being me. Tonight we are celebrating with a simple dinner at one our favourite restaurants, my sister is looking after the kids so we have the house to ourselves. So here’s to 16 happy years, may we have many many more.