Tell me, what better two words are put together than the humble 'savoury muffin'? Such beautiful connotations; savoury, in itself, is already up there, but add it to a muffin and you've got something good coming your way. It's in the same league as mini quiches and date scones. Something already fantastic, aided by a … Continue reading Savoury Muffins
I was washing up when I saw them. Sunflowers, fully bloomed, looking absolutely perfect. There's no other way to describe them. It's the first time I've grown a plant from a seed. As in, all the other flowers and succulents I've had I've all bought already as plants, so all I had to do was … Continue reading Sunflower Dreaming
It's autumn and I forgot and now I'm sending you an autumn blog post because how can I not when I love autumn? I always think I have a favourite season but each time a new one comes along I change my mind. But I honestly think my favourite season is autumn. It used to … Continue reading Autumn.
My first time in Queensland, and I didn't even know it for a while. I was on the lookout for a banana plantation, a theme park or beach and saw none of those things so I assumed I hadn't arrived yet. But I had! Anyway, I'm safely in Brisbane and I have now seen a … Continue reading Brisbane, Baby!
I never used to do this. Wander aimlessly, I mean. I'm very good at sticking to a plan, a point, a productive action. But in this time of uncertainty, one of the things I appreciate the most has been walking for the sake of it. Not exercising, not slowing from running, but just walking and … Continue reading Meandering
There are some days that begin before you're ready. You spend all day trying to catch up without success, feeling like time is escaping you. And then there are other days where you will the day to begin, because everything is moving too slowly. This morning was the latter for me. It was 4:30 in … Continue reading Crazy Bat Lady
This morning I opened my window when I first woke up, hoping to grab a bit of cool air before it turned to unbearable heat. I walked out, ate breakfast, then walked back in. When I walked back in, it smelt like spring. It was so unexpected, but there was something undeniably fresh about it … Continue reading Like Spring