01. My baby turned 18.
01. Melbourne had glorious weather at the beginning of the week (to the point where we we were saying “Spring!”).
01. It was an online bunfight, but geez I love a
Marimekko/Uniqlo collab. Continue reading
01. Final mask-free walk with my walking buddy, Sam.
01. We will not rest until we’ve
seen the deer but in the meantime, glorious walks this week with my friend Sam. Continue reading
01. If it hadn’t been for lockdown, I would never have had
Lune perfection delivered to my door early on Saturday morning (or three courses on Monday night from Mr Bianco). Continue reading
01. I had an ace day in the Yarra Valley last week (much wine, a superb lunch at
Tarra Warra, and my first visit to Four Pillars distillery where the sales staff probably made their monthly quota after our visit – specifically ‘Espy’ Gin, breakfast negroni, and because I love negronis, this). Continue reading
Feeling: jealous, terrified and excited all at the same time (because one of my kids has been selected for a voyage on this next year) Continue reading
I’m hopelessly late reporting on my last two 2019 Melbourne Writers Festival events, but both were fantastic and worth a mention.
Corey White – The Prettiest Horse in the Glue Factory
I think my favourite session this Festival was comedian Corey White talking with
Sarah Krasnostein about his memoir, . The Prettiest Horse in the Glue Factory Continue reading
Two more events!
In a stroke of scheduling genius, MWF organisers put Enza Gandolfo (author of
) and Kristina Olsson (author of The Bridge Shell) together to discuss how built structures can be representative of difficult pasts and uncertain futures. Continue reading