ah, easter in jurien bay. is there anything nicer? (well, it would have been nicer if i didn’t have to spend two of my four days away writing a 15 minute presentation on sexual violence and international law – massive debbie downer right there…) despite that slight blip in the weekend, we did still manage to spend a bunch of time with the family, head to the gloriously clear and inviting beach everyday (i may even have been convinced to jump off the jurien bay jetty at one point) and have a super fun easter egg hunt (so fun, in fact, that i forgot to take any photos).
marlow: seaweed. if it’s good enough for the japanese, it’s good enough for me.
thatcher: he would have spent all day running up and down the sand dunes if he could.
week 13 / the 52 project
sometime soon, i’m sure i will get on top of things and start catching up with my blogging, but in the meantime, here is a little snippet of the life and times of our little family over the past few weeks.
and yes, i do maybe have a little obsession with bow ties…
ps. please excuse the state of t’s face in the last photos – our backyard is currently a dust bowl whilst we wait to have new lawn laid and he just cannot resist getting out there and playing in the dirt… it’s like i’ve got enough washing to do or anything.
dear mother nature,
I fear you may be a little confused as to the date it is or the hemisphere we are in. i am so not complaining about beautiful, sunny 25 degree days in winter, but what the…?
anywho, making the most of the divine weekend you gave us, i took t and Alfie down to the park for a play in the sun on more than one occasion and even got out myself and did some long overdue gardening.
^^t loved throwing the ball for Alfie and got a lot of practice at saying “dogga” everytime we saw a dog^^
ps. please let every weekend be like this.
thanks in advance.