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December 18, 2013


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The Australian Christmas - cut off from its northern hemisphere roots is a mad, mad thing. We should be winding down for the summer hols but instead we shift into a high gear of hysterical gift buying and eating. If it didn't feel so manufactured and naf we should really relocate Christmas to winter.


oh, elizabeth - amen to that, sister! xx


We can do this! Wishing you much rest and restoration into the new year.


hadn't thought of it like this - obviously to us Northerners it always looks rather fun having a barbie on the beach on Christmas day. But actually it probably is the dark evenings indoors with the fire and no weeding or watering calling from the garden that balances out all the crazy

Anyway, as you say, almost there


cindy: and i wish the same gorgeous sentiments your way, too, darl.

sophie: dark evenings indoors around the fire - lovely stuff, but yes, much more seasonally friendly. but it is nice to have warm weather and loose clothing and looong days. happy hols, my friend!


such incredibly luscious photography, dear lucy.

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