Warning: this post goes into levels of detail that you really may not be interested in. It *might* be a bit like sitting through Aunty Beryl’s holiday slide reel. It really might be.… Continue reading

A promenade

The summer has been having it’s last hurrah here. The air has cooled, the trees’  leaves are turning and the days are shortening. Marcus continues to warn me, along with everyone else at… Continue reading

Fedora hats.

Our dear Fred turned six months a couple of weeks ago. Six months! I thought it would be fun to do Albie’s six month photo with Fred but I don’t think I will try… Continue reading

Our new Red Rocks

We used to go walking at Red Rocks on the South Coast of Wellington quite a bit.  It is a beautiful and barren landscape – smashing seas, rumbling rocks, vertiginous cliffs and the… Continue reading

The Duke of York

August has been a mixed bag of rain and sun and ever-cooling temperatures.  The clouds come in fast here, rain and move off a few times a day. It is far brighter and sunnier… Continue reading

Another Place

And again I find that it has been far too long and I have too much to tell you. So let me start here, with these photos. They were taken on Crosby Beach… Continue reading

Four Fred Months

Dear Freddy,   Four Fat Freddy Months with you. I can’t quite believe how quickly this time has gone nor can I imagine our lives without you. Look at you Freddy! You are… Continue reading

You’ve got a friend in Read

We turned the key on an empty cottage in a village called Read last Saturday afternoon and began a new life in England. Our neighbour to one side, Joyce, is 87 years old… Continue reading

Out of the mouth of Albie: A trip to the Plane Museum

I have a lot to tell you! We have been in the UK for bang-on one week. It has been pretty great so far, punctuated by fluctuating bouts of both panic and wonderment.… Continue reading

Life on the 24th floor

We are currently in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia on a nine night break. We had kind of suspected that packing up house and moving across the world with a toddler and a babe under… Continue reading