I've just got home from Melbourne where I had a ball. Lots of relaxing, Sunday drive to Torquay, bit of shopping, and too much eating!
Today I spent a fabulous four hours with Shelley of Femme De Montmartre. Shelley and her partner Stephan own Galerie Montmartre, located just off of Brunswick Street in Fitzroy. What a delight it was to sort through all the original French vintage posters. As much as I love my bally girls, it was this perrier poster by Villemot that came home with me tonight (I took it on as hand luggage, wasn't trusting it in with my checked in luggage, I've had problems before.......) I can't wait to have her framed and up in my new kitchen (yes it is finally happening kids, I've even had the kitchen dude in for measurements)
Shelley and I then popped out for a fabulous girls lunch at Mario's (I never need eat again, it was fabulous) and some yummy vinos (a staple at a girls lunch!) - Shelley, thank you so much for your time and wisdom and sharing with me your brilliant style, the invitation to meet you and your beautiful family (you are lucky you still have your two boys, my bag was big enough to smuggle them home with me - just delicious they are!!) was the highlight of my trip.
My 'Perrier girl' will be a memento of a fabulous day spent with fabulous creative people, thank you Shelley, my 'first bloggy blind date' was so much fun! I hate to tell you, but you haven't seen the last of me! xxx
“Well Hellllooo there. Currently enjoying a week of work and let me just check.....hang on..... yep.... loving it!”
This is one instance where the incorrect spelling of “off” gives the whole sentence an entirely new meaning.
The Grammar Police