Lady Lynn, Happy Harry, Rebel Mardi, The Lifesaver, Adoring Husband and I met at the park for fish and chips at sunset to witness the beautiful light on the still water and enjoy each other's company. Just like old times.
Love you guys so much.
I worked in bed this morning until Adoring Husband came home for lunch, so I prepared some food before he returned to work at the shop and I continued with my work on the couch.
At 3pm I couldn't keep my eyes open any longer, so I reclined my chair right back and napped for about 20 minutes.
AH came home and sat watching TV with his earphones on, while I continued to work until it was time to get ready for our date at the park.
It's a bit tricky now that I don't have an office at home to work in!
So, it was quite uneventful. Nothing to brag about. Nothing to report.
I've written up a story to go into the local newsletter ...
“The Happy Abode” is coming!!
“The Happy Abode” will soon become a favourite drop in point for residents and visitors of Burrum Heads.
Roz Griffin and Tracey Hemmy will be opening this space, which is located on Burrum Street (behind Elders) and they hope to provide a variety of services to benefit the community.
A lot of you know Roz from her photography, her red trike and her hat! Roz has lived in Burrum Heads for 9 years with her husband Barry, who holds the position of Deputy Local Controller for Fraser Coast SES.
Roz exhibited her photography at Gattaker’s Art Space in Maryborough in 2012 with local celebrity artist Jackie Brennan. It was a record opening night, many in attendance being supportive Burrum Heads locals.
Roz’s work history includes conducting public seminars and in-house training within government departments, but the last ten years has seen her being more artistic and creative with jewellery creation and photography.
Roz brings her love of photography, social media, shopping, personal development and Burrum Heads to the table in this venture.
A lot of you know Tracey from her fiancé, Tony Simpson’s seafood operation out of Riverview Drive, but not many of you know that she is very accomplished in lighting, styling and design, with 27 years experience behind her.
Leaving her busy and well-established business in Sydney, her impressive resume includes massive projects like Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney Theatre Company and the Presidential Suites of the Portman Ritz Carlton in Shanghai China, as well as a number of hospitals including Westmead and Concord in Sydney.
Her achievements are too numerous to mention here and since moving to Burrum Heads 10 yrs ago, she has designed and run Interior Styling courses in Hervey Bay and in Sydney.
She also has 12 yrs experience in Natural Healing mediums such as Reiki, NLP and Journey work.
Tracey brings her love of lighting, design, styling, personal development and natural healing to the table in this venture.
At The Happy Abode, there will be a training room where courses and fun workshops will be available.
In the pipeline are beginner’s workshops in photography, photo editing, social media, journaling, meditation, creating dream or vision boards and mini courses in using devices such as tablets and smart phones.
Other courses include an 8 week Interior Styling course (with homework!).
If you have any ideas about workshops that you would like to see and do, your suggestions are welcomed and encouraged.
A treatment room has been built in The Happy Abode space, where Reiki, Journey work and other healing treatments can be accessed.
For your shopping pleasure, a wide variety of jewellery, purses and handbags, journals and notebooks, Roz’s photography and other bits and pieces will trickle in over time.
Finally, a small comfort area. Grab yourself a tea or coffee from one of the nearby shops - Foodworks, Burrum Heads Bakery or A Taste of Burrum - and head over for a relaxing chat about what’s happening with the girls.
Roz and Tracey’s friendship has flourished in the past three years, and they decided when this space became available, to combine their skills and bring something new to the community.
This space will be filled with love and friendship and kindness to hopefully strengthen the community bond that currently exists.
The girls are aiming to open the doors around 28th August.