|selfies at the airport in Singapore|
|waiting for our flight to leave (it was 1 1/2 hours late)|
But it was all ok in the end. The reason for the trip this time was to see this boy here. Only 3 or so months since we left him behind in Tassie to go to uni, but we've really missed him and his goofy photo faces.
On Monday we drove over to my old neighbourhood and caught up with my Dad who was doing some work on my step mum's unit. Dad has only moved back to Tassie in the last few weeks after YEARS away. Maggie's unit was whereMatt and I lived when we were married and Oscar's first home. Ella's already declared that she wants to live there when she goes to art school in Tassie. Unfortunately Maggie's not down there yet, but we did get to see an old friend...
Fear not, Ella took the photos for me!
We did quite a bit of shopping, mainly clothes (I get so sick of the fashions here in Singapore and I was enjoying all the end of season sales). Which meant that we discovered lots of good walls...
Since I last saw my Dad, he's completed a Fine Arts degree with honours. And he had a great time pulling all his art work out of the shed and showing Oscar and I.
That evening, Oscar, Ella and I went for a walk around the little town (with cameras - more photos later) while Kit finished his book.
Oscar and I had a great time taking photos on the beach, however we were slightly better attired.
Even Ella got her feet wet.
We made it back Friday afternoon to see my niece for her 6th birthday, and to make sure we made it to Salamanca market on Saturday. Salamanca has become much more polished, but I still love it. Being Easter weekend, there were LOADS of tourists, but we still managed to get a few little treasures, especially once the crowds thinned out in the afternoon.
On the way back to the car we stopped to see my sister in law/awesome friend Chelsea (stunning photographer) who was waiting to do photos for a quiet wedding in the park. Love this girl to pieces.
Then we drove out to Grandma and Grandad's for dinner and to stay the night. Oscar had requested when I first got down on the Saturday before that I knit him a "hawks" scarf as he's taking his girlfriend, Erica, to a Hawthorn Aussie Rules football game in Melbourne when she comes over to visit him from the US in June. I literally finished it while he was waiting for me to give him a lift home.