I never really thought anybody read my blog but since I stopped posting regularly, I've had a few people ask why. It is kind of nice to know that some people were checking this space (and sorry for the lack of content to those who were).
Truth is, I can't see this space continuing regularly as it currently is. I've never really had a proper purpose for my blog - which is apparently a key consideration when starting one according to a lot of 'how to start a blog' advice I've read over the years.
I am planning on starting a shiny new project (blog included) so planning ideas in my head for that have made updating this one less desirable.
There have also been a few things stopping me from getting on with starting this new project. Namely,
:: getting married (surprisingly time-consuming)
:: starting a new job (with more responsibility that I am used to)
:: getting a dog (also surprisingly time-consuming)
Needless to say, I haven't really been getting stuck into craft in the past few months besides some token efforts at Brown Owls (knitting that I have pulled apart a couple of times - including once when the dog decided to help me pull it apart - as well as a handful of pin cushions).
I will keep you posted on progress with the new project but I've decided it is not worth getting frustrated with myself for not using my spare time to progress it (as I was for a while).
In the meantime, some pictures relating to the above mentioned events - except the starting a new job one as I don't spend time taking selfies at work ;)
Most photos taken by Angie Roe. Please do not use these photos without requesting permission!
We decided a 'wedding' wasn't for us so we got married at the Perth Registry on a Friday afternoon and then headed to the private dining room at the Print Hall (literally 10 paces away). Definitely the right choice for us. It was the best day. Special, intimate, big.
Our cakes were from Mrs S and were yummo and very reasonably priced.
Our new addition - Suzi the wonder-dog.
She's the best.