So last Tuesday I was one of the many thousands of people, packed into Domain stadium to watch Adele in concert. She was incredible. The set included a good mix of her back catalogue, and Adele herself was warm, funny and endearing.
No joke, she sounds exactly the same live as she does on her records.
I could go on (and on) but to be brief, the concert was amazing, she is extremely talented, and I would happily go again if I could!
The following morning, HH and I packed up the 3 dogs (our two and my MILs whom we are dog sitting) and road tripped up to Kalbarri for a cheeky midweek break before the long weekend. Continue reading
For the record, Sir David has not written a self help book – he has just lived an amazing life!
Recently I had the great privilege, along with my two sisters to listen to Sir David Attenborough speak about his life. My family have watched so many of his documentaries over the years, and seeing him on stage and listening to him speak live was magic. His instantly recognizable voice was literally like music to my ears and his enthusiasm and zest for life was so evident and inspiring.
So, after many moons of procrastinating I have started a blog. This blog. Named in honour of my four legged fur companions. They try to be modest but both knew they would win the battle of the name.
Is this scary, yes.
Is it a bit exciting, yes.