It’s okay to ignore the housework for a week, right?
How’s your Monday going?
I’ve spent the morning catching up on housework.
I like to take the “ignorance is bliss” approach to housework.
If I ignore the housework, I am blissful.
Until I can’t find any bench space to put anything down and I question whether the state of my floors is actually endangering the health of my children.
So fresh house, fresh week and a fresh lot of links that I’ve been loving over the past week.
Pumpkin and Honey donuts? Yes please!
This kid must be hilarious to live with.
Still recovering from the Game of Thrones finale? (Can’t. even.)
Leave a flower in this virtual graveyard for your favourite character.
And what would Jon Snow talk about at a dinner party?
Sydneysiders, have any of you eaten here? Sammie’s photos look delicious. I’ll take one of everything, please and thank you!
Tilda Swinton is one interesting chick.
Are you comfortable in your own skin?
I really loved watching this 1965 video of an eloquent and handsome 24-year-old Bruce Lee explain Kung Fu to studio execs.
I love reading other peoples’ birth stories!
The book featured in the image above is from Todd Parr’s book “The Okay Book.” Check out his website– we have many of his excellent books on our bookshelves!
How has your Monday been?
I’m linking up with the lovely ladies at The Annoyed Thyroid, Calm to Conniption,
A Little Part of the World and My2Morrows for their Ultimate Rabbit Hole link-up party.
Continue your meanderings with them!
When I had one child I would stay home to get some house work done. Now with two running around, we escape the house so I don’t think about it! Today was a picnic at a park for us.
Thanks for the meander. I will have to check out Todd Parr’s books!
I now wonder what I did WITH ALL THE FREE TIME I must have had when I ONLY had one child 😉
A park picnic sounds like the perfect start to the week. And Todd Parr’s books are super!
I love all your links but I only have eyes for Jon Snow. That dinner party is classic! I don’t know where you keep finding them, but just don’t stop, ok?!
If you insist, Sammie!
I love reading others birth stories too! And Sammie has me wanting to book a table at The Boat House ASAP! I just need a babysitter first 😉
Thanks for the Ultimate Rabbit Hole mention lovely! xx
PS. Totally fine to ignore the housework for a week! You have my permission 😉
If only The Boat House had a babysitting service as well. How good would that be?!
Thanks for hosting such a great link-up party xx
Thanks for linking up Danielle’s birth story. I am glad you liked reading about it.
Tilda is a very interesting lady and I LOVED reading the Mira Jacob piece on Buzzfeed. Hilarious!
I’m so impressed that Danielle can string a sentence together and construct such a beautiful piece of writing so soon after giving birth to her first! What a woman!
Thanks for dropping by xx