It was pretty good!
I also decluttered some belts:
Once upon a time I had a hanging rack thing on my bedroom door for stuff like dressing gowns and scarves, but we had new doors put in a while ago and the rack doesn't fit any more. I moved my scarves to the wardrobe and hung my dressing gowns from the picture rail on the wall behind the door.
I used 1980s-style ornate picture hooks because I just have such good taste when it comes to interior decorating.
This went on for a while but on Friday I realised I thought maybe, just maybe, I could hang the whole hanging rack from the picture rail. And as it turns out, I was right!
I chucked the pink dressing gown because it's scruffy now and I retrieved this vintage nylon number from a storage box. It doesn't have a hanging loop so I put it on a hanger suspended from one of the picture hooks. I love storage solutions!
On Saturday Jim brought me some flowers.
Then I went to my Nana's place to pick up some trifle, and when I got there look what she was doing:
Reading Expect Cowgirls! And having Happy Hour.
Hello Nana if you're reading!
She had some Christmas decorations up too.
Here is the trifle:
Afterwards I went to my cousin's place for a BBQ.
On Sunday I went to the pub for Ben's birthday. Happy birthday you lemon!
Meg looked so good in her Summery maxi dress:
FF looked nice too:
Just kidding, that's Emily! Could've fooled me though.
I had one of these lovely cocktails.
It was called a Russian Rose but it tasted quite like a cosmo. Tasty
And when I came home look what I found:
Festive! Thanks Mummy!
On Monday I made my usual lunch:
A handful of rice crackers (these ones are Peckish brand, try them!), a tin of tuna, thirty grams of cheese. It is a quick and easy but super tasty lunch and I love to eat snacky things because it's like being on holidays. Kind of a bogan antipasto. And good news if you're on a diet, because if you buy the light tuna like I do this meal will only have about 1000 kilojoules.
Speaking of diets, that night Jim and I had dinner at the $3.50 sushi place in Cronulla then went to San Churro in Miranda for dessert because I'd had churros on my mind for days.
He had the sundae:
Naturally I had these:
They were so delicious! I'm pretty sad that adults can't get the kids' churros anymore though, they are a much easier serving size, and cheaper of course, but the best bit is they come with sprinkles!
Anyway what have you all been doing, anything?