Yes, you are looking at an image of a tumble drier. My new tumble drier. Not what you thought you'd be reading? No, I guess not. As loyal customers, our power company offered us two free 5-hour slots at a date and time that would suit us, to allow us to use as much energy… Continue reading Out with the Old, in with the New…tumble drier
Another lovely weekend is coming to an end as I sit and type this post. It's been a busy week and although I love short work weeks, it adds a little extra pressure to get everything done that needs doing. I have a great relationship with my boss. I used to work for her husband… Continue reading Holiday happenings
This little post has apparently had 190 views in the past week! So I thought I’d share it again. Not my recipe, but very tasty indeed. Gosh, 4 years flew by. I think it’s time to make it again. Leave your thought/comments if you made it and what you think.
I have to be honest and admit I’ve only made this once, but it has got to be just about the easiest non-baked treat I’ve come across. A friend recently shared the original link on Facebook (you can follow Chocolate Goose on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/chocolategoose?ref=hl) and it looked so delicious I had to give it a go. It didn’t last very long either so it will definitely be made again, and again, and again…you get the picture ;).
If you can’t find Peppermint Crisp chocolate bars (they hail from South Africa and we are lucky to be able to get them from a few SA shops in Auckland), then perhaps peppermint Aero or any delicious minty chocolate might do the trick.
I also realise this has nothing to do with Easter, and although I was planning on doing another Easter themed treat, this log got the better of me so please…
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This Summer I've had the pleasure of enjoying a free Saturday morning yoga class held at Stanmore Bay Reserve. To understand what a reserve is, you need to understand "Kiwi"...it's a park or area of green space set aside for sport and recreational activities. This particular reserve has the soccer fields, a park for the… Continue reading Final ‘Yoga on the Beach’ today – Summer is officially over
Yesterday I learned that one of the little 4 year olds in the centre where I work has been diagnosed with bone cancer. Devastating. My first thought was Why? Why does someone at the beginning of their young life need to go through this? Why should her parents have their lives turned upside down and… Continue reading The Important Things
Happy Anniversary Auckland, the beautiful little city that has crept into our hearts. This weekend we've enjoyed some of the best weather so far this Summer, with the temperature being 25°C at 10.25pm on Saturday night. We were in the city to watch the harbour bridge being lit up but as we'd spent the earlier… Continue reading Happy Auckland Anniversary Weekend
Hello Friends! I've got so much to share but don't know where to begin. It's been a while since I actually sat down with my laptop to write anything and I've missed it terribly, but time has been very scarce and I'm sad to say, my priorities have been forced to shift over the last… Continue reading Progress is impossible without Change
I was lucky to be able to take a two-week holiday over Christmas and New Year this year; between ending one job and beginning the new one but it was just the right length of time to be able to enjoy being together as a family both at home as well as squeezing in two mini-breaks out of Auckland,… Continue reading My Top-10 pre-holiday checklist
What will you do differently this year? Do you set New Year Resolutions? No? Me neither, because with as much enthusiasm as one can muster, they normally last a couple of weeks if that and peter out once the year gets going. But there are a few things I want to focus on this year and… Continue reading New Year, New Beginnings
2016 has been a very strange year for us. And I thought it was just us until I began seeing friends' posts on FaceBook about what a gnarly old year it's been for them too. I can't say that I'm sad to see it go - good riddance! Although I have a feeling that 2017… Continue reading Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017