Saturday, October 25, 2008

Saturday In Pictures

I know I'll be too flat-out busy freaking out about university tomorrow, so for this week your Sunday in Pictures will in fact depict Saturday.


We keep our eyes shut well into the morning...
... until the rest of the world opens its petals for the midday sun.
We sit outside in the sunlight, starting the day with lunch...
... and I feel as lazy as the fat pussycat sprawled out over the cobblestones as though he were a lion.
I catch the afternoon light on the window seat with a fair but drowsy lioness...
...content in my exquisitely relaxed Saturday with the sweet animals and wonderful boy that I love.
Go away, busy Sunday!

God is in the Rain

God is in every ripple.
God is in every sunshower.
God is in every lightened path.
God is shelter from the storm.
God is friendship.
God probably isn't in a hot cup of tea, but it's still pretty wonderful.
God is in every rainbow.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Sunday in Pictures

Firstly, let it be said that the weekend and the sunlight calls for Watermelon.
As can probably be gleaned from my many pictures, I am a great fan of sitting in Victoria Park with friends. And such beautiful friends I have. They really brighten up and chill out an otherwise hectic existence.

I live for the love of dappled light and sticky humid grass and golden green trees and summer freedoms, but mostly thanks for daylight savings and the exquisite sunsets I can watch every day...

Monday, October 6, 2008

Songs I'm Singing

Lover, You Should've Come Over - Jeff Buckley
Look Back In Anger - David Bowie
Come Together - The Beatles
Oh! Darling - The Beatles
Night and Day - Cole Porter
Kingdom Come - Coldplay
First Episode at Hienton - Elton John
The Man With the Child in His Eyes - Kate Bush
Miles Away - Marc Cohn
They Weren't There - Missy Higgins
Under African Skies - Paul Simon
On the Radio - Regina Spektor
Wild Horses - The Rolling Stones
Being Alive - Sondheim, from Company
Unchained Melody - Righteous Bros.

Friday, October 3, 2008


... are delicious and nutritious.

Good for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and you can put anything in them. Good with fruit and toast. Yummy.

My City by Night