I am sitting in Cairns where I lived 15 years ago and besides my great friends Cate and Jo, to be honest I don’t recognise a whole lot else.
We’re enjoying a quiet Sunday after quite the loud Saturday night which started in the Pure Blonde corporate box at the Basketball, watching the Cairns Marlins unfortunately lose to the Townsville heat. In these box seats a group of five blondes and two non blondes celebrated Cate’s milestone birthday with fabulous food, French champagne and an African American import called Ayinde Ubaka (Chewie).
This was my first basketball experience and I have to say, this is an amazing sport to watch, of course, made all the more exciting with good bubbles, beer and box seats.
Tomorrow morning the plan is to meet with some Millinery teachers at the Queensland TAFE and then it’s on the plane to Mount Isa, where a lift has been organized for the hour’s drive on to Cloncurry and to where this next Millinery adventure will begin.
My collection of 36 headpieces has arrived safe and sound in Cloncurry and as we speak is being created into a display at The Bower for our Ladies night event on Tuesday; and the rumour is that we can expect quite the crowd, so watch this space for the updates.
In the meantime, it’s past twelve on Sunday, so we all know what that means …
Cheers, beautiful people.
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