It has been a momentous week , not only did I manage to visit my hairdresserfor a trim and reshape (necessary after I cut it myself) but John and I were able to drive down to Hobart (about 180km away) for the day to catch up with my son Zac, his wife Sarah and our little grandson Harry.
Harry with his Mum and Dad enjoying a story before his afternoon nap. I am pleased to say that Harry just loves his books , which is handy as I often turn up with a new one for him. I will admit to a weakness for children’s books , their illustrations are always just wonderful.
On our last visit back in late February Harry had just started walking , now he just runs everywhere and is such a busy little boy.
The setting for today’s blog photos was the Cataract Gorge , a beautiful and peaceful spot on the edge of our city and a favourite walking area.
This little wallaby greeted us and stayed just long enough for me take a quick shot before he bounded off.
Winter has well and truly arrived here so warm attire was a must. Today’s outfit is a combination of favourites , my Moyuru navy and black patchwork skirt , a black knit and a fluffy Rundholz shrug, that would have to be one of the warmest things I have ever worn.Accessories added are long black Dent gloves , Fendi sunnies, black mock crocodile belt (a recycle find) and my navy Trippen boots.
Trippens among the Autumn leaves . I found these boots in Melbourne last Winter and just love them , this is their first outing this year but it certainly won’t be their last , they are so warm and comfortable .
Linking to Mica for Weekday Wear, Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday and Nancy for Fancy Friday .