Monthly Archives: April 2011


A time line.

The top picture is the sun-dappled walk Nuwan and I took after our Run for the Kids marathon. After a shower and some breakfast, we were at the North Melbourne Markets with the gang. I think I was too pooped to really ooh and aah over the goodies on sale, but I love more market experience.

I am hoodie-obsessed at the moment, and I bought myself a furry white hoodie with ears on Monday. I love that picture of Seb turned to the tram window, with my creepy reflection in the glass.

Nick made a ridiculously amazing Easter dinner yesterday, with crab, ratatouille, coq au vin, and caramelized brussel sprouts. That man knows how to cook, and throw a good party.

And that leads us to this morning, where grey skies threaten, and tiny water droplets decorate everything. A warming coffee does wonders for the heart. Work got me a birthday cake today, and I was mega surprised, as well as deeply touched.

All is peaceful.


So Porcelain Womb are going to be at North Melbourne Market this Sunday, the 17th. It’s going to be super fun. Here’s a sneak peek of what I’m making for it! :)

Just trying out a new camera application. I’m not entirely convinced yet, but it’s kind of fun playing around with everything. So much choice!

At this rate, I’m not sure if I’ll ever get back to my actual camera. Toy cameras, even if they are just applications or magnetic attachments, are entirely engaging. I kind of miss my Instax Mini. Ran out of film, and I’m yet to order more. Aw tiny polaroids. :)


I had a gorgeous morning at a cafe called Leroy’s before work. The coffee was aromatic and cheap, and the cafe was filled with sunlight. It was hip, with coffee cup wire sculptures hanging on the wall, as well as family friendly. There was a sandpit and a little chalk racetrack in the courtyard. Very nice.

Right after that, on the bus to work, the bus collided with an elderly guy. I don’t know whose fault it was. It was an even bigger eye-opener than the coffee. It delayed most people on the bus by half an hour or so, and everyone complained. I don’t see what they were dissatisfied with, THEY didn’t get hit by a bus at 9 am in the morning.