Thought you might like this, I found this lady who knitted tiny things every day for a month and then one every week for the rest for two years! Crazy beautiful too.
Apparently it all started when she made that little brain from the first image.
I remember growing up watching National Geographic & Discovery Channel religiously every day, their programming was both surprising and interesting.
Using a total of 300 8′ colored weather balloons it floated for just over an hour to a maximum altitude of 3,050m (10,000ft) – Too bad it didn’t make it to the top of Paradise Falls..
(This is a very adorable 3-legged dog that I photographed in Sydney about 3-4 years ago. I love how he’s smiling)
Inspired by the video in my last post, I have decided to start recording the awesome things that happen in my life that make me gloriously happy. If anything – it helps me look for the awesome things that happen and so there is inevitably less time to be spent dwelling on the not-so-awesome things.
- On Saturday evening we had just parked our car in a pay-and-display car park and a man came over to our window with a valid ticket paid until the next morning! This was so awesome – but not nearly as awesome as it felt passing it forward when we left the car park an hour later.
- I got home on from yoga on Monday night to find Ivan putting the finishing touches on the most delicious dinner. And last night I came home from yoga and my Dad placed a piece of (gluten free!) brushetta in my hands, straight from the oven. I can’t think of anything more enjoyable than coming home to food that’s ready for me!
- Yesterday I spent an hour and a half having my body massaged while the rain poured down outside. No, it wasn’t from Ivan (but he does massage me too!) – it was from Bella Mama in Takapuna. A much needed indulgence after our summer camping trip!
Isn’t this cute? I snapped this almost 4 years ago I think at a friend’s wedding. I just love wondering what was going through this kid’s mind before and whilst lifting up Kayleigh’s dress. And I love how this curiosity is totally cute and acceptable up to a certain age.