Weekly Wrap: 6/3

Boathouse Shelly Beach

  1. Can you believe we’re already in March?! March! Christmas will be here before we know it.
  2. With that said, I’m super excited about March. Mr Posy and I head to Lord Howe Island for a few days this month… and I will have a new niece or nephew in under two weeks!
  3. Twice this week I randomly broke out in hives (the first time was at work – mortifying!) all over my face and neck, and parts of my arms, legs and torso, and I’m completely baffled as to what caused it. I haven’t head to deal with hives in years, and then had them twice in two days. I took an antihistamine and was completely fine after a couple of hours, but I probably should have avoided consulting Dr Google… Everything leads to cancer, meningitis, and lupus. Anyhow, now that I’m stocked up on Phenergan (which I haven’t had to buy since well before we left PosyTown), I doubt I’ll have any more weird reactions any time soon. … and if I do, I’ll consult my real doctor…
  4. Making friends as an adult is not easy. Or is that just me?
  5. MKR are doing a FOURTH round of instant restaurants, and I am so annoyed. I should really just switch off and resume watching when they get to the challenges, and quit my whinging.
  6. I have a big work opportunity on the horizon, and it is equal parts exciting and terrifying. Actually, maybe a little more terrifying than exiting, as is often the case with The Unknown. But it is a great opportunity, and I sure will make the most of it!
  7. I went to Tina Arena’s concert at the State Theatre on Friday night and it was spectacular. This was the third time I’ve seen her in concert, and she does not disappoint. It’s really interesting to hear how her sound and lyrics have evolved with each album. I loved her when I was a kid, and I love her even more now as an adult.
  8. People have been raving to me about Shelly Beach ever since we moved to Sydney, and we finally made the trek over on Saturday. Look, it was okay. It was quiet, and I can see that it’s a great family beach, and it has the benefit of the Boathouse for all your food and coffee needs, but on that side of The Bridge I still prefer Freshie. I made the mistake of leaving our snorkelling gear at home, which was a real shame.
  9. I do love a good ballet drama, so when I stumbled across Season 1 of Flesh and Bone on Stan, I was pretty happy. It feels wrong to say that I enjoyed it, because it is very dark and twisted (think Black Swan… on crack), so I will say that if it returned for a second season, I would definitely watch it.

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