Summer in Sydney...think cricket on the beach, early morning walks, the smell of suncream & frangipani's in the air, soo many barbeques, iced cold gin & tonics, palm trees, fresh fruit & fresh seafood, mosquito bites, falling asleep with the fan on and sand in the bed, waking up slowly then heading straight to the beach and not leaving until the sun is about to go down. Summer in Sydney is so magical, I could go on forever...
This was a weekend filled to the brim with utter relaxation. I slept in late, drank countless cups of tea, enjoyed multiple TV marathons while scrolling through Pinterest, had mini wedding meetings with my Tans, went out for breakfast at 3pm and stayed cosy out of the rain. It was heaven!
Now it's back to Monday again and I'm really excited. Hope you had the most loveliest of weekends!
P.s see more photos over on Tans' blog :)
So much is going on at the moment and I love it. But it is awfully exhausting at the same time. Here's a little run down of all recent updates;
George got his permanent residency visa approved (!!!) so he is finally flying back Monday England time, and lands Wednesday morning Sydney time. To say I am excited is the biggest understatement of the year!
George also completed his final ever CIMA exam! I cannot believe it. After all these years since living in Cardiff in 2011. It's unbelievable and I am so so so proud!
We are working so hard on What To Cook Tonight, it's a bit tricky trying to negotiate it around my day job and my parents' business that they run, but we are soooooo excited! It will be available for all the world to see this time next week and we can hardly wait! More information will be coming next week.
Wedding planning.....ohmygoodness. It's taken a little bit of a back seat while George has been away and while we are concentrating on WTCT, but I can not stop dreaming about it at the moment. Especially the moment when I'll see George at the end of the aisle and the moment when we have our first dance. They are the things I am most excited about and the things I think about when I get a little stressed out.
Another George update; he passed his driving test yesterday!!!! (such a Londoner not having his license at the age of 24!) He was more nervous about it than bloody CIMA but of course he smashed it. That means he can be my chauffeur when he's back here and when we are road-tripping around America on our honeymoon!
It is so miserable in Sydney currently. I am lovinggggg it. Perfect excuse for cosying up with cups of tea, snuggling with Archie and TV marathons of all my shows that I am so behind on.