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How are you?

How are you? Fine? Good? Going OK? How are you really? Truly? Deep down? Honestly? Whilst you’re thinking about it, I’ll let you know how I’m going.  Let’s chat later, ‘kay? I’m the original Silver Lining Girl.  Find me an issue and I can find you a positive.read more »

Taking Stock | all about my February

I’m jumping on the Taking Stock bandwagon, joining some gorgeous girls like Nikki from Styling You, Vanessa from Style and Shenanigans, Sonia from Sonia Styling, and the original inspiration, Pip from Meet Me At Mike’s. It’s part of sharing the Kimba Likes take on theread more »

My week in photos | Pretty Colourful

I’ve had a pretty colourful week, participating in Style & Shenanigans Colour Dare – a different colour every day for a week.  It’s coloured my photos this week, resulting in a pretty colour palette.  My week in photos is showing the pretty colourful side of my week, becauseread more »

My week in photos | Every Day Kimba

I like to create a theme around my week in photos, but this week has just been peculiar.  So peculiar that no theme was self evident.  Well, at least not one that didn’t make me sound like a total nutter anyway.  I’m sharing photos from every day this week and calling it Everyread more »

Taking Stock | all about my January

I’m jumping on the Taking Stock bandwagon, joining some gorgeous girls like Nikki from Styling You, Vanessa from Style and Shenanigans, Sonia from Sonia Styling, and the original inspiration, Pip from Meet Me At Mike’s. It’s part of sharing the Kimba Likes take on theread more »

My week in photos | lots of love

Lots of love is the theme for my week in photos.  Valentine’s Day, a date night with my gorgeous Welshman and Eddie Vedder, and an appreciation of the gorgeousness in my every day life, in our daily school run as we pass pretty locations. read more »read more »

DIY Advent Calendar for Christmas

Every year, we eagerly look forward to the festive season and one of our favourite family traditions is the advent calendar.  Not just the chocolate, but the act of counting down each and every sleep until Santa Claus pays us a visit. read more »read more »

Friday Frivolity | Canberra Road Trip

As the first event in the Festival of Kimba Big Four Oh My Gods Extravaganza, we took Boyo to see snow for the first time at Mt Selwyn Snow Fields.  So Much Fun!  I’m taking back Friday Frivolity from Boyo this week, and sharing our Canberra sojourn.   read more »read more »

The important things in life

You may have noticed that it’s been a bit quiet on the Kimba Likes front lately.  It’s perfectly OK if you didn’t notice.  What happens in this fluffy little space is not one of the important things in life.  And I’m cool with that. There’s been a lot going on in myread more »

Thankful Thursday : Family Reunion

Boyo and I have just spent a long weekend in Christchurch, New Zealand, visiting my family.  I haven’t taken Boyo back to Christchurch since January 2011, just before the shocking February earthquake struck, taking away life and landmarks, and changing the very fabric of the city forever. Iread more »

Spring has Sprung

What story do your pictures tell? The lamb won the game of blinkies   Peach blossoms in my Dad’s garden   Oh hai, it’s you again   I haz new camera, I will play   So pretty   Cherry blossoms in Darfield   Three days, 500 kilometres Boyo and I popped over toread more »

Thankful Thursday : Homesick

What are you thankful for this week?   continue readingread more »

Just the way we are

I read this very beautiful, heartrending and emotional post this morning by Fat Mum Slim and it got me thinking. I’ve had a few health issues over the years, and these may have contributed to my decision not to have another baby.  I know I certainly couldn’t have contemplated having anotherread more »

Kia Kaha Christchurch

I spent the first 22 years of my life in Christchurch, New Zealand, that most English of cities in the Antipodes.  I’m a fifth generation dyed-in-the-wool one eyed Cantabrian.  In a few short years, I will have spent equal parts of my life living in Australia and New Zealand, and thenread more »

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