Monday, May 27, 2013

Blog a day in May: Day 27

Day 27: A letter to your readers.

I've slipt a bit on the whole blog a day thing. I'm not even upset about it.

Paul FINALLY had a Saturday off. He's worked something like the last 6 or 7 Saturdays. So we finally had a weekend free to enjoy. Saturday we 'slept in' until 8, and went for a brisk 5k jog followed by a stair workout. After our jog I putsed around the house for entirely too long. We eventually made it out of the house. We had a few errands to run. But we still made time for a coffee date.
Here's the styrofoam head we picked up for crafting!

Sunday is our farmers market day. We hit the markets in the am with Mum and Mick. We had some yummy coffee, and picked up our fruit/veg. Then we had the arvo to do whatever our hearts desired. Sundays have turned into our bike ride days. The weather was to die for on Sunday, so we took advantage. We biked past the river, and over to East Fremantle for a bite and a cocktail.

Paul brought home flowers on Friday. He flew to Melbourne over night on Thursday.

Under the bridge. There were a few people fishing down here. 
Paul knows someone who did some crabbing here. He managed to catch some successfully.

Awkward photo by the Swan River.

We walked up a couple flights of stairs to a park that overlooks the river.

Notice the Australia flag in the back.

Paul wanted a photo of the crains and the river. Because it's very Freo.

Some of the river from above.

More of the river from the ground.

After the river we looked for somewhere to grab a bite.

I had a delicious rum/pineapple/coconut cocktail and Paul had a beer.
He also ordered chilli covered nuts. They were less on the hot side, and more on the sweet side.

We biked around for so long that I was actually really happy to come home. My legs were sore as junk!


  1. i am LOVING the pictures of you two! especially inside with the flowers. you look great!
    and so jealous of your endurance to run! go you!

    1. Thanks so much, doll! Like you we love taking pictures, lol. It took me 26 years to be able to go jogging, haha. But I finally enjoy it.