Tuesday, 16 October 2012


On Sunday I travelled south on a silver train to Sydney's harbourside Kirribilli.  I was visiting my daughter for the day.

Kirribilli Markets were on and full of a lovely vibe!  We browsed for a while then I bought a French inspired shopping bag (I love it!) some scented melts for my oil burner and a divine loaf of rasberry & pear bread  (now sliced and frozen for future treats).

Markets make you hungry, so we wandered off to find a place to eat lunch and settled on Yum Cha and a pot of green tea on an upstairs veranda, overlooking a leafy street lined with Golden Robinia trees.

I got to share some valuable together time with my daughter, we don't see each other enough!

Afterwards we went for a walk along the harbour, alive with people and watercraft.  We sat and talked till the shadows grew long.  Then back home again on the train alongside the Hawkesbury River.


  1. You sound so peaceful, Patti. I'm glad that you are having times like these, xoO

  2. Nothing like sweet time with a loved one. Glad you had such a soul filling time.
    Love and light to you, Patti !

  3. Oh what a treat you had! I so miss traveling on the train - to me they were such a great way to get around. I would love to have tea on the upstairs veranda - that would be heaven! And I love, love, love that bag! I have a quick story for you. I have a Siamese cat who is not found of kids. She hisses and runs, swats but never hits them. A few years ago, at my daughter's uni we went into the coffee shop and there was a poster on the wall of the cat (the one on your bag). My gradson looked at it and said "Oh! Bad Cat!". We all laughter since he was referring to my siamese!


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