Savannah starts pre-school
Savannah had her first day at Wallaby St Weenies on Thursday. We adore Wallaby Street, Kalyra really thrived there and loved it. It’s nice to know you are dropping your children to a child care environment that is safe, loving, fun and and happy.
When Savannah woke I told her
“Today is your first day at Wallabies”
Her hands went straight in the air with a cheer.
She lined up the top of the stairs and trued to pick up her bag to carry it. She strode into the room and started playing. Morning tea started when we were there. She walked right over and took her seat like she had been doing it for weeks. We snuck out the door as she began her snack. I worried what would happen when she turned around and saw us gone.
We picked her up that afternoon and she excitedly showed us around the room, the toys she played with, the friends she made and the comfy chair she sat on. She was grinning and bouncing like Tigger.
The ladies were amazed with how well she settled in and how happy she was. I was so so so grateful and excited for her. She loves to be like her big sister!
Covermore Travel Insurance
When we heard the computer repair man in Bangkok say “computer dead”, our hearts sunk. A thousand dollar expense coming up we could not afford.
We did not even think about it happening on holidays when we have insurance, until someone mentioned it. Oh yeah! For some reason we didn’t think Savannah busting it would be covered, but because our lap top is insured it doesn’t really matter what happens.
If it dies on holidays it dies and insurance will help.
Sarah Wilson I Quit Sugar ebook
I finally decided to check out this ebook, mostly for the recipes. I don’t feel I have a problem with sugar as I really don’t consume much of it at all.
But, I really need some new ideas for good wholesome recipes.
I am loving the ebook and cookbook. I am discovering so many delicious new foods and learning a lot about food choices, new ingredients and storage. I will have a post coming up this week on the Ebook.
For now you can check it out here. (affiliate link)
I loved reading this quote.
I have been obsessed with hugging trees for years. It’s because I know I get so much more back from doing it/I dare you to try it , with love, and feel the energy you get zinged with in return:
“Have you ever hugged a tree? Hug a tree, and one day you will come to know that it is not only that you have hugged the tree but that the tree also responds, the tree also hugs you. Then for the first time you will be able to know that the tree is not just the form, it is not just a certain species the botanists talk about, it is an unknown God – so green in your courtyard, so full of flowers in your courtyard, so close to you, beckoning you, calling you again and again.”
I’m so grateful for all you, my beautiful readers here and at y travel blog. You are so supportive and encouraging. I love hearing your stories and being inspired by you.
Lunch with friends
I had a lunch date with some of my oldest friends last Sunday. I adore my friends and love hearing how their lives are glowing and thriving.
Song of the week – Doing my own thing Cosmo Jarvis
Love this groovy tunes I discovered on the Triple J spotify track list
Get your Sunday grove on.
Belinda Davidson – Mystic for the Modern World
I loved discovering Belinda Davidson this week.
I am all about energy healing lately and I loved learning more about the chakras from her. She has an amazing free online course about the chakras and how important it is for us to cleanse them in order to attract what we want into our life. It makes creating magic so easy!!
This morning I meditated using her chakra cleanse and felt amazing after it. A truly wonderful experience. You can sign up for the free chakra online course. I am also going to do the free weekly healing light session. Going to join too?
What I’m Reading
Love with a chance of drowning book launch – Torre De Roche’s book cover is ready for launch date. Looks hot!
That’s why I started Blogging – by Kim from Working Women Australia.
The power of habit investments – by Leo Babauta from Zen Habits. It’s the little things that add up.