Friday, July 4, 2008

out and about






Good to get out in the cold afternoon by the creek near CERES .
Finding our rhythm as a three person household again. Plans to move West are being discussed.
Today I went out on my own for the first time in 5 weeks. God it was blissful. I just pootled for 3 hours. I finally got to go to the Handweavers and Spinners Guild of Victoria such delicious wool/colours/textures.

Then I hung out in a book shop...dawdled, browsed, faffed, drank coffee, stared out the cafe window, vagued out completely. Loved it.

6 comments:

little red hen said...

As much as they are your delight and your world it is lovely to be able to browse a bookshop and drink a coffee without having to rush off to the loo leaving the coffee to go cold or be cleared away or to put half a dozen books back on the shelf a dozen times while avoiding the stares of childless fellow shoppers.
My big baby flies off to sydney on his own on monday- I fear I may in the near future have too much time on my own!!!

little red hen said...

Hey I just realized you got your picture back! How did you manage that?

Kirti said...

Had to upload those pics on K's computer!!?? Apparently mine refuses to comply...

hannna said...

what a cute family photo you have!! and wonderful to have the man and the father back. one day you'll all go together! nice that you were able to hang out by yourself, it's so important.
i'm trying to prepare myself to the idea of traveling alone, unless we are suddenly able to save a lot of money for everyone to go...

Esti said...

i completely relate to that necessity of wandering by yourself. And I also need to be able to listen to my thoughts more often. Even so I can't help but rushing home after work to see my girls, even if they are well taken care of! it's so contradictory sometimes... :)

msaims said...

argh.. socks!! all those teeny weeny stitches. brave woman.
have you seen the socks on the yarnstorm blog?

very pretty. she has stopped doing her blog now but that lady has an eye for colour.

mmm. bookshop. sounds divine. is that your booty? (if it be - What a haul!)