I've packed pretty lightly...
(just the essentials)
And even though I'm still full-time parenting, I am optimistic that I'll get some more reading in.
(Not a fiction girl...)
Well folks, it's a funny time of year to be taking a break, what with all that's happening (particularly in Melbourne) during May: stitches & craft, Sew It Together, and various other things that I'm a bit sad to be missing.
Oh well, I'm embracing the opportunity and in many ways this is the perfect time for me to go and stick my
See you on the flip side...
Have a fantastic time and soak up all that wonderful sun... but keep a keen eye out for salt water crocodiles!!!ReplyDelete
... oh yeah... and if you do see one run in a really exaggerated zig-zag formation and don't climb up a tree.ReplyDelete
Have a great break and hope to see you soon! NicReplyDelete
have a great breakReplyDelete
Have a wonderful time! Will you be blessing us with your presence at all over the holiday or is it a bloggy break too? I guess I'll have to wait and find out. Enjoy!! xo m.ReplyDelete
Have a good break xxReplyDelete
I love that bag packed full of fabric bits...too funny. And 'Radical Homemakers' looks like quite the interesting title. Have a great time. xReplyDelete
gee, I hope Sally hasn't scared you- glad she added the 'if you do see one run in a really exaggerated zig-zag formation and don't climb up a tree. 'tip! What is that all about I wonder!ReplyDelete
I read the intro of radical homemakers (free online!!) and it was so excellent (feel slightly like Kylie Mole saying that). Glad you haven't forgotten the essentials- project- check, knickers? Oh no, I forgot the knickers!! Have the best fun. I do so wonder what your beloved does heading off to exotic sounding places!
What I want to know is, why not make like billy-o up the nearest tree? Since when could salt water crocs climb trees? And if so, how the hell has this escaped my knowledge through four visits to FNQ including the Daintree? I think I need to sue someone or somefink.ReplyDelete
Have a glorious 'break' lovely lady. Enjoy the feel of that sun on your skin. We'll have definitively broken out the 'winter' by the time you get home...x
Congratualtions and enjoy. You will either need more or less than you took. Murphy's law. lol CherrieReplyDelete
how wonderful have a good one xxReplyDelete
have a wonderful time up north. may the sun shine for you! i love the case!ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous, fabulous time. I'm more than a little jealous.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great time and hope you get some reading done!ReplyDelete
ooh lucky! Have a spectacular time!ReplyDelete
hey Gina, where are you going in FNQ? I grew up up there, around the Mossman and Port Douglas area. are you going that far north? well have lots of fun, it is the Best time of year to visit. :DReplyDelete
Have a great time Gina! Try to get some relaxing time in :)ReplyDelete
and we've got the keys to Hudson - yay! We'll look after him, promise! (though we have sickness in the house again :( lots of mouth ulcers (possible Hand foot and mouth) for N, had to get hubby to pick her up as I was in clinic this afternoon. So wishing you rest, reading, sun, sand, adventure and NO infectious diseases!!ReplyDelete
Have fun! Sounds absolutely blissful.ReplyDelete
Lucky duck! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
have a great time - it sounds wonderfulReplyDelete
Byeeeeeee Gina! Have a great break (although as the mother of little ones, break is not the word of choice - change of scenery more like!). Enjoy xoReplyDelete
Gina- I gave you the Sunshine award. Details on my blog. : )ReplyDelete
Enjoy your get-away and im sure youll come back refreshed and ready to 'wow' us with more gorgeous scrap management ideas!ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a magnificent time.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous break Gina!! (Cant believe I'm finally catching up on my fav reads here... sorry for lateness.) You've picked a good time to head north... hoping the humidity stays away for all your page-curling :) KxReplyDelete