My oldest girl (nearing 19) has decided to move out, it's a really exciting time for her, with University starting today (Monday 28th), checking out inner city flats etc. It will probably mean I can't borrow her leopard print tights, her black mini and a few other nice tops. She gets upset when I wear skirts, yet she lets me wear her tights & tops. Her car sold, I wasn't to keen to let it go so cheaply, but at least I dont have to pay any more repairs or tax on it.
Teenage years with girls is hell, and (amazingly) it's really cool that our first one has become a wonderful, caring young lady - with 3 more to go, maybe I should buy grey wigs.
|Morning Coffee at Sylvia Park & evening coffee at a Coffee Club.|
Anyway I digress, Sunday morning was shopping in 14 year olds white top & high waisted mini skirt, coffee & groceries at Sylvia Park. I looked at Supre and a few other clothes shops, but I'm a bit broke (cashless) for the next 4 weeks. Between manly duties like swimming with my youngest, selling a car, attending and cooking for a street BBQ, I somehow managed to snatch an hour latter in the afternoon for a relaxing drink, in my wifes lovely pink and turquoise shoe string dress. It's amazing how many people smile when I enter a coffee shop in such a lovely dress. As I left the shop a beautiful young woman walked passed and we smiled to each other, personally I would have loved to have invited her home, but being very happily married I continued on my way.
The downer on Sunday - I really really wanted go to the ELVIS IN THE PARK party at Auckland Botanic gardens, just not enough hours in the day for everything.