Finding these shoes proved that things will turn up when you aren't looking for them.

I'd been staring at pictures of these boots on the online for a couple of weeks, thinking "I must track these down in my size in a store somewhere in Sydney! (because I'm too scared of buying shoes online in case they end up too small for my enormous feet!)". And then I came across them in Noosa, (which is in Queensland) in a shopping district that isn't exactly famous for selling Vivienne Westwood for Melissa. However, I found this one awesome boutique and voila!

By the way I had to get a size 41/42 or something ridiculously large like that, proving I have giant's feet. But the lady in the store said these shoesies run small - so be warned if you choose to buy online.

And the above photo is a demonstration of how I can't pose for photos.
I'm also wearing a gorgeous oversized top I found in a Korean clothing store in Chinatown on the weekend. The shop is actually amazing - especially as I am going through a Korean obsession right now. They have everything from jewellery to bags to sweaters to cute dresses to nail polish. Only thing is, everything is TINY so I had to go for all the 'oversized' style pieces, which would probably be dresses (rather than shirts, like they were on me) on petite Korean girls.
But - the label of this top is 'Harajuku' which is kind of contradictory (and it says it's made in Korea), but I still love it :)


Foxy Fox is Foxy

On Thursday 15th April, a fox walked into our house.
Where we live is inner-city and the exact opposite to the sort of neighbourhood where you find live foxes wandering the streets. So it was a little bizarre.

Things I learnt from this experience:
  • If you leave your front door open for your kitten to come back inside, be aware there it's an open invitation for a fox visit
  • Kittens aren't best friends with foxes
  • Real foxes aren't like the foxes in Beatrix Potter stories OR Sylvanian Families OR Fantastic Mr Fox
  • Foxes like to open their mouth with their tongue hanging out very much like panting dogs
  • 3 policemen and 1 RSPCA man may be needed if you have a visit from a fox
  • Foxes like the taste of your neighbours arm
  • Foxes like couches
  • Foxes are very good at keeping still for photographs
  • Foxes also like the taste of your kitchen door


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