Tuesday, 24 March 2009

Magical March: Day 24


(I may have missed some 'magical' days, let's just pretend you didn't notice, awright?!)

It doesn't even feel Autumnal at the moment, in fact, it's kinda hot. But in a nice way, not in a stifling, dangerous way. It's cool enough to sometimes wear a cardi, but warm enough to enjoy that slight Autumn breeze slow dancing in on the coat-tails of Summer.

So I've gone AWOL a few days. Sorry 'bout that. I am sure you've been checking your email every hour on the hour wondering just where is PottyMouthMama, so inspiring, witty and creative are my posts (ahem). Slamming down your cup-of-cino (am I alone when I say, I can't stand when people say cup-of-cino?!) and thinking, damn girl, get your freak on and get back to blogging. Well here I am.

Having spent the last six days daydreaming of holidays, of someone else cooking me dinner (yes Hoppo Bumpo, I hear you loud and clear), losing time in book stores, looking for shoes in apparently all the wrong places (hello, has anyone ever heard of a woman with a size 12+ foot? Apparently not. Nope no shoes for me. Just thongs and sneakers. Hot. Uber hot.) and going on yet another date with my husband, I am back friends. Back!
And for you today, a little bitta eye candy. More doilies. It's doil-rific! Sitting in the sun enjoying their new life with moi. Ain't life grand?

14 comments:

Daisigirl said...

Those are so pretty! What do you do with all of them?

Michelle said...

I've just been worried, really really worried about your absence. Thank goodness you're okay, despite a lack of new shoes.

That photo is so lovely - what an absolute treasure...

beccasauras said...

My dad says "Cuppa- Cino", it's terrible. And "ka-bob" instead of Kebab. Yuck!

JustJess said...

I hear you with the larger foot!! Diana Ferrari go to a 12 (outlet shop very good), and there is a shop in Chapel St Windsor that has sizes 12 etc... can't think what it's called... ummm.. will find out.

Bec said...

Wheeee, doily heaven!!! Are they getting ready to be made into something, or ready to adorn your side tables and dressers?

Amber said...

Oh what a great photo..xx

Joy said...

Oh look at all your beautiful doilies!!! I'm very very jealous ;o).
Hugs,
Joy :o)

Kirsty said...

I blame Twitter...I love Twitter.

The airer full of linen is lovely & so are you & your shoeless feet.

Chrisy said...

Nice doilies!

pepper said...

i know! i have size 11 feet and oh-my-goodness-that-doesn't-mean-I-like-hush-puppies! Where or where do you find your shoes?
ps I adore your doilies :)

Home Girl said...

how are you going to showcase those babies? they need their own wall i think, a feature wall, featuring doilis rather than wallpaper. they look so special as a group. glad to hear u are back xx

Angie said...

What a great posse of doilies! Hope they are not destined for that choc box again!

Cindy said...

Thats the thing about magic you can't expect it everyday or it wouldn't be magic - does that sound like a good excuse.
Of course I was missing my mama insights into life.
As for the coffee - Glen always says you-fok-offee - amuses his small mind every day.

Anonymous said...

I hear you with the shoe thing.

http://www.sarahjaneshoes.com.au/ (I think online only?)
http://www.sizeableshoes.com.au/ (in Bondi Junction)

Good luck
Emma :)
qotfu72@yahoo.com.au