Autumn in Canberra (this was taken mid-week).
Happy Mother’s Day to people in Australia and other countries where it is celebrated this weekend.
What a weird week. Since I posted last Sunday, a hundred crazy things have happened.
It started with the crazy car accident that nearly took us out at the end of last weekend (that’s not my picture – I wouldn’t have done that when we were busy pulling people from cars).
Then there was the #cockygate trademark drama.
Which was followed by the #rebelliongate trademark drama.
There was a truly horrific crime in Western Australia, where a grandfather murdered three generations of his family on a rural property. Some men’s groups responded by expressing sympathy FOR HIM.
Then there was another terror attack in Paris. For me, the scary thing about this one is I’ve stayed right in that spot four times, sometimes for months at a time.
Today there is a major military memorial event here in Canberra, but the weather has finally turned to autumn. We went from wearing summer dresses outside in the sun on Wednesday, to snow in the national park near us on Friday. I hope it doesn’t rain for this event! (Update: it was all blue skies and sunshine!)
I also blogged about a reread of Tammara Webber’s Breakable.
And posted some Star Wars book craft for the upcoming anniversary of the premiere that took place in the 1970s.