Tuesday, 17 January 2012

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We are home from camp, back in the real world but not quite unpacked and still finding small piles of sand around the place!

Its such a blessing our annual week of swimming, sanding, walking, talking, weather, fun and fishing with family and friends. I love the funny traditions like camp awards night, cocktails, crosswords and cards, camp espressos and bingo.There was even a tiny bit of craft, some weaving practice, it seems I can't help myself.

I'm still feeling my way into the New Year - starting to think about where I'm going, where I want to go and the challenges and juggling ahead. And we have a fourteenth birthday this week to plan and two lots of family passing through Sydney to stay in the next fortnight.

I'm slowly starting to catch up on blogging, see what you've all been up to. I hope 2012 is treating you well! Oh and I've got a new craft project on the go, and I'm dying to share. So I'll be back soon.

p.s. I've just enabled embedded comments (so I can reply) looks like fun.


  1. Welcome back - glad you had a lovely time. Our erratic weather won't help you get a handle on things; Sunday was cool and very wet, today promises sum and heat (at least at this moment it does)!

    1. Thanks Lynne, i agree - yesterday was surreal. I kept thinking the rain had passed and then bam it was pouring!

  2. Sounds (& looks) like a wonderful holiday! I LOVE your 2011 snaps below, gorgeous..x

  3. What gorgeous photos!!! Looks like you had a great time and well earned rest! :)

  4. Love the photos.....we too are just home and it feels kinda weird.
    Hope your 2012 is a good one xox Jo

  5. Hooray for holidays! Sounds lovely. Enjoy the birthday preparations and family time. Looking forward to seeing your crafty projects. :)

  6. lovely photos from what looks like a great holiday. the sand sculptures & grass weaving are wonderful. xo

  7. That sunset, good grief! Happy new year :)

  8. Gorgeous! Glad you had a great time :) Kx

    p.s. (14 is a difficult year... good luck!)

  9. What a wonderful place! I am reading your blog looking out of my window at my frozen garden, minus 6 centigrade here at the moment. Your holiday looks like paradise :)
    My son is 14, so unpredictable. But still lovable (most of the time..). First girlfriend, first music concert, first independent trip on a plane without the parents


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