Saturday, October 27, 2012

Much ado about nothing

It seems I can't even average one blog post a week at the moment. Life feels crazy-busy and yet somehow at the same time, there's not much happening at all.

My days have been filled with the mundane - work, washing, tax returns (ugh), weeding, and hours spent in traffic, mostly going nowhere. On top of all that, we can't seem to get a break with the weather; every freaking weekend is cold and wet, which does not make for productivity on the exercise or gardening fronts ...or enhance my mood one little bit.

In spite of lack of time and cruddy weather, I have managed to take the camera out a few times and shoot some local scenery. That makes me happy.

Picturesque, no?

The river's gorgeous when the sun actually shines

Moody skies over the billabong

Spring is apparently here, even if the weather can't quite get its act together

This is a sad excuse for a blog post, but it's all I have time for today. This afternoon I'm taking my mum for lunch in the city and then we're seeing South Pacific at the Princess Theatre - a slightly early birthday present for the old girl. I love me a musical, I quite like Lisa McCune, and I adore Eddie Perfect... so I'm really looking forward to it.

Enjoy whatever you're doing on your Saturday arvo! I'll be back...sometime.


Magda said...

I get what you mean about crazy but not much happening anyway. My Saturday has comprised of: 7:30am hairdressers appointment, driving Mitchell to a birthday party on the other side (beachside) of Adelaide, while he was there I shopped for protein powder and a copy of Healthy helpings and then went to grocery shop, pick up from the party, home, washing, houseworik, drop Mitchell off at 2nd birthday party for today (including sleep over) and go out for drinks and dinner. Phew. I'm exhausted.

Unknown said...

The river looks lovely.

Sara said...

It's a nice time of year over there - all lush and green, not yet brown and crusty. ;) I'm not judging, we have the same problem over here: a few months of green and lovely before it all withers up under the absence of ozone layer.. X

Sara said...

Just checking in. Not even a CUPCAKE picture to share with your loyal bloggies? Pweeese. Eat a cupcake, but photograph it first. ;)

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