In a month that started with me getting a year older, greyer, creakier but hopefully somewhat wiser, I managed to quite literally take a leap of faith when I did my very first sky dive! An incredible experience needless to say and once I had looked up to assure myself the parachute had managed to inflate itself, I could then get on with having the time of my life.
We celebrated safe landings and birthdays with a purely decadent meal at the Sailors Club, a meal that ended with what could be two of the best desserts I can remember having.
In between that and a trip to Adelaide, I managed to squeeze in a little me time, a dose of hubby time and a dash of Cookie time. Me time included finally starting to read a new book, How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran which I heard about through this blog.
Hubby time included a visit to the Anish Kapoor exhibition at the MCA. Well worth the effort although a couple of cocktails at lunch beforehand really didn’t do me any favours while negotiating his mirrored, surreal creations of modern sculpture.
(Notice in the pic below, hubby looks skinnier while I look way fatter- coincidence or strategic positioning by the hubs?)
March was given it’s marching orders with Easter, more cake and far too much chocolate for a sane human being. Here’s to a less sugary but just as much fun April……..