Wednesday, March 19, 2008


I'm baaaaack! * does a merry jig *

Yes, that is correct, after over a month of no-net misery, I am finally reconnected - and boy, is there a lot of news!
I'll be up bright and early doing individual posts for each vague section of my life for the past month-and-a-bit, and as there's WAY too many photos to upload directly, I'll be adding a link to photobucket, flickr or similar for your viewing pleasure :)

But's a few of the more exciting moments...

Phoenix and Sahara absolutely adore their new home, and are both being their usual lovely selves, and are as yet to destroy anything (touch wood)

Chef and I had one of the most amazing dinner's ever at a winery out in the middle of nowhere for his brothers birthday - it had the most spectacular views of half of the state, which I wish I was able to capture with my oh-so-wonderful photography.

Cleo is growing at an alarming rate, and is enjoying ruling the household and pretending to be a dog.

Chef's brother's wedding was beautiful, and we all had a great time (with a few setbacks which I choose to gloss over). I wish we could have stayed longer - I certainly loved having my hair and make up done and being generally treated like a princess and then laying by the pool sipping lovely drinks and being fed lovely food, and getting dressed to the nines and dancing the night away.

We have a new addition to the house (*cough* menagerie *cough*) - Saffron, the very adorable, very tiny ratty. I have joined the Victorian Fancy Rat Society and, once she grows a little, will be my little show pony.

St Paddy's day was a total blast, even though it was early to bed as it was the RSPCA All Creatures Day the following morning. I even managed to have a great time helping run the BBQ in 43 degree heat for eight hours!

...and today I bought home two six week old kittens from the RSPCA to foster for a few weeks, until their get up to their adoption weight of 800 grams and can be adopted by a (hopefully) loving family. I've named the little boy (the one closest) Sage and the girl Nutmeg, and I can see they'll be keeping me busy for some time!

...I can't wait to read everyone's news and get back in the loop :)


Melisa said...

I've missed you and wondered if you got swallowed up in a sinkhole or something!

*Squeals from the USA*!!

Kat said...

Yay, you're back. You were really missed and for a while I thought you fell off the face of the earth. Luckily you didn't!

Glad you're back. *Squeals from Europe* :)

Susie said...

Awww yay! Glad you're back :) :)

Hope you're having a blast in the new home!

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