Archive for the ‘ Sunday ’ Category

Such Great Heights

May 17th, 2011 by Selise

I thought that last entry had pictures from the highest point of my trip (Distance wise. Fun wise? There were far too many and also…none were captured on film (not that these are on film but it doesn’t sound as good to say “captured on phone”)) but turns out they’ve been pipped by a plane. I’m not afraid to fly. Lord knows I’ve done a lot of it in my time. But I do have a bit of a problem with it… Instead of freaking out that we’re going to

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Chinese Memories

January 30th, 2011 by Selise

We took a trip to China Town today. Or Memory Town really. I lived in the Valley a few years back and Burlington Supermarket was pretty much my local.  I loved a lot of things about it but I think perhaps, best of all, was the 1kg tin of baby corn for $4. That is, until immediately after devouring entire said can of corn, dipped in a pack of $2 powdered satay sauce with your best friend while watching crappy movies. Then? Then it wasn’t such a good idea. Today

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Water Sports

January 7th, 2011 by Selise

Another birthday (wow, really ’tis the season huh?). This time it was lawn bowls at Toowong Bowls Club. I sure could have done with the gum boots from the night before. Sleepy Sunday face Seriously, it rained and rained and rained and rained. Which is cool, it’s my favourite kind. Perhaps not real conducive to Lawn Bowls though. Top: Was Mum’s Skirt: Target Leggings: Myer Shoes: Rubi Bag: Strandbags

Oooh, She’s a Long’n

July 5th, 2010 by Selise

Well well, don’t I look tuff! We’re back from our trip to Melbourne. Gosh it was awesome. I am absolutely in love with that place. The food, the lane ways, the sheer amount of shopping opportunities. Not to mention the buildings, the weather and the MCG. I totally get why everyone moves there. I took pictures. Let’s view, shall we? First off I love that Melbourne embraces street art. I, for one, am a huge fan of graf and I find it so hard to believe that some people think

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