Favourite quote

What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.
It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
- Nelson Mandela

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Sundays Outing

Writing this is entry is very difficult for me...
Olie, my cat is sitting on my shoulders, I must get him de-clawed one day.
Actually yesterday would have been a good day to do it, but I've been saying that for years now.
The purring in my ear is not helping either, nor the whiskers going up my nose.
Anyway my day started out with a 6.30 wake up, with the sun already up in the East (just as well it was in the East, but it also means more people ready to start their day).
By 7.15am I was dressed and ordering my coffee and newspaper at McDonalds. Shiny black tights and a black top that didn't cover my behind or frontage, Olie please stop patting my head - I'm sure the cats gay and not quite up to speed mentally.
8am and Kmart is open for business, I saw a nice top while shopping with my wife yesterday an wanted to try it on. Since I'm in girl mode, now's the time.

Sorry about the photo quality and yes, being a typical girl I had to own it (and another fab top that I'll show you later) although I suspect both will be found dumped on miss 14 year olds bedroom floor within the week.
Anyway after purchasing the tops, I went to the hardware shop (same tights, but tight white singlet top) and purchased a HVLP spray paint system after wife told me not to waste time painting our fence with a brush.
While checking out the bathroom area a nice chap called Ken was chatting to me and accidental called me sir, he was very apologetic and I spent 5 minutes re-assuring him it was OK and how I'm often confused as well.

Today was Josie's birthday (she's like a prettier and smarter younger sister), yesterday I spent ages shaving my legs so I could wear a black mini to the birthday lunch with her friend. While I found the food less than it should have been, the 3 of us girls had a lovely chat followed by a stroll around the Botanic gardens.
I'm unsure if my hair will ever recover from such a windy outing and while my heels were OK, I wish I knew where my walking boots were - still it was a pleasant walk and the rain held off.
Josie, I hope you had a good birthday.

Miss 14 wanted to invite herself along except her boyfriend wanted to see her today - that probably won't change for the next 6 months.

I found out my family had a lovely breakfast together at home and were happy to know I was out with friends.

Hope your days are as much fun
Rachel xxx

1 comment:

Josie said...

Thanks Rachel, I did have a great day! :o)

You looked fab too and your leg shaving was worth it. I might be a younger sister but you're the wiser and more confident sister :o)

Take care,

Josie. x