Friday, November 27, 2009


Some Scrapbook Establishment layouts using Bo Bunny Delilah range. Talk about delish.

I guess that's it from me today. Not much else has been happening in my little ol' world. :D

Wednesday, November 25, 2009


Because you know what? Leaf races after a storm are awesome. Well, leaf races are pretty awesome, fullstop.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


Well, I haven't scrapped in a while, but I have had some ideas running around in my head. I finally managed to get one of those ideas down on paper for this fortnight's Journal Challenges challenge.

6 months

I never took any photos of Luke when he went to speech therapy. At the time I didn't deem it appropriate. I was cleaning out a cupboard and I found his flashcards, so I decided to use them to tell the story instead.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Travel: Burralow Creek

Alot of things have been happening lately.

Firstly, we went Trick or Treating for Halloween.

Kate was a 50's rock and roll girl. Luke was an elf. Amy was a bumblebee.

We went with a big group of kids, about 13 in all. They had so much fun. :)


Steve got a new company car, so we took it for a spin in the National Park at Glenbrook. Kate didn't get carsick at all, which is wonderful. For us it means that we will be able to go for drives without worrying about her. Steve took this photo of myself and the babes at the lookout, overlooking the Nepean River.


We have also been camping. We bought a camper trailer about a month ago but we haven't used it because we haven't had all the equipment we need. So we finally had enough stuff to go for a camp. We only went overnight, up at Burralow Creek, which is up near Kurrajong/Bilpin.


Luke even learned how to ride a bike with no training wheels, it's just a shame for photographic purposes that it was his sister's girly bike. LOL.


We went for a bush walk to see Bulcamatta Falls.


Just a collage of some random vegetation photos. These photo's don't do the area justice. It is so pretty.


The kids were so excited by the campfire and they were loving toasting marshmallows.


We camped with a couple of families from Steve's work. Here is a photo Kate took of the campsite.


And lastly, since it was raining, the valley really looked spectacular. Although I think it would look beautiful regardless of sun or rain.