Me, I'm far south, in New South Wales...but I'm stuck here now, as the road is cut from Grafton to Ballina, so there's no getting home for me just yet. The flooding is spreading further south into New South Wales...we simply don't know how bad it will get.
While I don't want to belittle the seriousness of the floods, nor forget about it, I don't want to be depressing either, so I'll move on and not dwell on it.
So, as I was saying- LOOK KIDS, VINTAGE!
This is my trolley at the airport today. I only brought back about half of what I bought, the rest is being posted.
Which I'm very glad about, because aside from the horrendous excess baggage charges that I was slugged with, I doubt I'd have had enough strength left in my arms to wrestle any more bags throught the airport.
My arms are so tired I could barely even push the trolley, I spent 4 hours with a vintage costumer this morning, whipping through another few hundred pieces and bought some more too.
I've never worked so hard in order to spend money!
Here's a look at the funky hotel I stayed at in Melbourne.
Bigger than it looks, it includes the ivy-covered building, and extends past the yellow portico.
I found this hotel on the internet at the last minute, and had no idea it would appeal to me so much.
I'd have been quite happy to chop this light fittings cord straight off and sneak off with the whole huge thing.
Rooftop lap pool, sweet, but really, who'd swim in Melbourne!
Casala chairs and Caroma stools on the deck, awesome! Not sure why there aren't any plastic pink flamingoes though, they'd fit right in.
Great views of the city too, it'd look fantastic at night with all the lights.
Hows this for a rock'n'roll room! I loved it.
Woops nearly forgot my outfit pics.
I wore them with a 60s acetate shift dress I bought yesterday.
I love this bright funky print!