Pale Grey , Now Vintage Sunnies

Wearing pale grey, the same colour as the sky today as the long awaited summer rain is soon to pelt down. I have had this drapey top for some time ,not sure if the colour or shape are really me maybe it is time for it to go to a new home. These sunglasses are by Fendi and were bought…
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New Year and Some Yachts

A New Year tradition for our family over the years has been a trip to Hobart, our states capital city, for the annual Taste of Tasmania and to view the yachts that have just completed the Sydney to Hobart Yacht race.Our eldest son now lives in Hobart , so the tables have turned, and now  instead of him coming with…
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A Graduation and A Fashion Collection

The week before Christmas my husband and I flew to Melbourne for our son`s Graduation . This is one proud mother with her clever, handsome son. As someone from a small city, the graduation ceremony was quite the eyeopener. RMIT University is one of Australia`s largest and on the  night there were 6000 graduates and 25,000 guests. The ceremony was…
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A Magical Christmas

The magic of Christmas is always more joyous through the eyes of children. Their excitement and anticipation of all that Christmas brings is beautiful to see.  On last weeks trip to Melbourne I was fortunate enough to witness this joy first hand. The Myer Christmas windows are a family tradition for many  over several generations. This years theme was Santa…
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Underneath the Arch

The rose arch at the entrance to our house is in full bloom, putting on quite a show with its masses of pink blooms. The rose is named Cherub and was planted some thirty years ago. Our house dates from the Victorian era and we have  lived in this house since 1978,  it has undergone  one major restoration and several…
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