- bought Under Cover by Chris Rogers for $3 at Koorong! Yay! Am reading about how the Duchess of York and the author (who is a journalist) exposed the secret inhumane conditions of abandoned children in Romania
- also bought When Life Is Hard by James MacDonald. Good, strong outlook for the storms of life…strength that comes from his personal application of God’s truth
- redecorated my room (:
- watched my lettuce grow stuntedly and learnt important lessons in gardening. Sigh and shame on me for not following instructions. Haha.
- cycled to Glenelg and had my fair share of the sand and the sea.
- went crabbing – cooked up crazy strategies to lure and catch crabs, learnt how to murder them with a chopstick, cleaned and cooked them during an awesome steamboat dinner!
- first cold shower. shiver shiver.
- shorts!!!!!!!! summer dresses!!!!!!!!! sunnies!!!!!!!! stashed all my winter clothes away in a luggage. Half packed already to move out at the end of the year before I go back (to avoid rent while I’m in Msia).
- got a grasp on InDesign, designed a tabloid frontpage for my assignment. Was hard work but fun. Put my journalism portfolio together as well for another assignment. Stories stories and more frivolous stories.
- slept on my spectacles and broke them in half. Epic.
- updated a page you absolutely need to read if you’re my friend!
- brooded and slept and ate. All in above normal amounts.
- went to the Good Food and Wine Show with Thomas and Surekha to see Masterchef’s George and Gary! Awesome entertainers, no wonder the show’s a success.
- turned my clock forward by one hour. Lost one hour of sleep!
- chickened out from exercising in the cold morning air all too often. Fail.
- did a meaningful girls’ sleepover, organised bushwalking+picnic at Morialta Falls. Blessed others, and was blessed.
- made lots of origami tulips to give out on Rundle Mall : )
Spring is a beautiful season. 🙂 My dad says it’s the best season in Australia.
I don’t know, but I guess it is the most hopeful season: fresh air, sunlight, green buds on trees, and beautiful surprises from flowers in every shape and size and hue…