Sunday, September 14, 2014

257/365 Instagram Days

Here is a peak at what my week has been looking like { on instagram - where I've been a bit busier than I have here! }. 

Are you on instagram? Are we insta-friends yet? 
Amber. XO

Thursday, September 11, 2014

253/365 Byron Tears

Looking from Clarkes Beach back to Main Beach. Byron Bay. 

11am this morning. 

Reflecting on the past few days... It is just so so so very beautiful. And so hard to correlate the surroundings and the story; with the knowledge that someone lost their life in such a tragic way in a place so pure and perfect. Feeling the sadness. And the awe. Mother nature is bigger than all of us. x

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

252/365 Spring is Officially Here When My Garden Is Full of Jasmine

How I love the smell of Jasmine drifting through the warm air! Spring is here.
La-la-la-la-love it. Makes me so happy.

Which flowers make you the happiest? 
Amber. XO

253/365 Capturing Simple Sweet Moments

5:30pm | Home.

My nephew doing his homework on the lounge. His cousins { my boys } to his right. The dog sauntering through the shot. Yup, life. I love when my family is around.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

250/365 Sunset Paradise

Sunset | Northern New South Wales. Australia.

{ Every time I drive past these canefields at sunset I have to pull the car over. Nature's beauty never ceases to blow my freaking mind. }

Where are your favourite sunsets found?
Amber. XO

It's The Day Of The Dad!

Photo taken at Guzman y Gomez in Brisbane on Friday night { cute promotion right?! }

We're spending Father's Day at home this year WHICH IS SUPER LOVELY because life has been too busy recently. Both boys made cards and little presents for T {nawwww #myfullheart } at school and Scouts. I cooked a big breakfast and made a Sago Pudding for morning tea - that we are about to eat! YAY! We are savouring da' simple pleasures.

Yesterday I went and saw the film The Hundred-Foot Journey { T took the boys to Guardians of the Galaxy, and I wasn't sure I could quite handle sitting through it ;) } and it was SUCH a freaking great film. I laughed and cried the whole way through... and know that my kids would have enjoyed it too. So, I might drag everyone back to the cinema today - okay, not exactly DRAG { we are a family of movie-aficionados here!! } but I highly recommend it. It's all about family and good food; the true joys of life. Go and see it people!

What are your Father's Day traditions?
Amber. XO

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