One plus four=life: Walks, Aprons, Mother’s Day and Crochet.

imageThis weeks 1+4=Life  images are just a selection from many taken this week, but lots of those have my new haircut or family members who may not appreciate having their faces plastered onto my little blog.

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Autumn afternoon walks

Walking our dog, she loves rustling through autumn leaves (but isn’t fussy about seasons or location), she just loves to walk.

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Aprons aplenty

Some of the wonderful Aprons on display at the Ballarat Apron Festival, just one of the great things that were on as part of the Ballarat Heritage Weekend.

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Mother’s Day

This year we gave our Mother’s (including me), Baby Bundles which are a gift to new Mother’s in remote Papua New Guinea. I also scored an “attention voucher” from my girls with treats from them to me like a pedicure and a massage.

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Crochet progress

I had a lovely Mother’s Day with my family and we were lucky enough to have both our Mum’s with us for the day. I made my favourite lemon cake and even got some crochet done( and taught my Mum how to crochet), then finished the day with 2 episodes of Gilmore Girls… so basically a perfect day.

Maybe I can get on a roll and do 1+4=Life  again next week too . If you want to join in too head over to Meet Me at Mikes.

Emily

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4 thoughts on “One plus four=life: Walks, Aprons, Mother’s Day and Crochet.

  1. How amazing – an Apron Festival!!? I actually love aprons (though don’t wear them often) and also collect old/vintage tea towels from my travels. I always plan to make something else from them but can’t bring myself to cut them up! You’re doing so well with your crochet too – love the colours and pattern xx

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    1. The apron festival was run in conjunction with the Ballarat Heritage weekend, which if I wasn’t so busy doing creative things I would write a blog post about. I have some old tea towels too which I bought to make things with, but also can’t bear to chop up. Thanks for the crochet encouragement Rebecca x

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    1. Thanks Clare, I am enjoying the crochet are you? I find the solid squares a little easier without colour changes and with less loose ends waving around that I’ll have to deal with later. The multi-coloured ones look the prettiest though 🙂

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