Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Hello lovelies!
Yes, I am here. Thanks for the kind notes & thoughts I've been receiving recently. It's nice 2 feel missed :)

Things just spun in some interesting tangents recently & have distracted me completely from my regular blogging life. It's been nice actually but I do miss my blog & I miss u guys & everything that's happening out there!

I'm sure I'll be back soon. Till then I shall leave u with this photo taken on the afternoon of Hug's 6th birthday (hoorah!). I'm not sure how many people outside of Australia heard about the red dust storm that hit but it was pretty bizarre! That is the sun - not the moon.

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  1. We heard about the dust storm on the British News. It sounded pretty awful. Has it blown over yet?

  2. Wasn’t the dust just amazing? I posted some shots here http://createdbykylie.blogspot.com/2009/09/dust-dust-dust.html
    Looking forward to seeing you around here a bit more again.

  3. I've missed you! Can't wait to hear about what you've been up to...

    what in the world do you do during a dust storm? :)

  4. We are still cleaning up after our 3 dust storms now. Getting sick of washing the car and wondering when the next one will hit. Good to hear you are still about. Miss your blogging!

  5. The dust storm made for some lovely photos! I love the last one especially!

  6. your blog has been featured on my blog :). I have a little button on the side you can attach to your blog if you would like that says " I have been featured on Little Miss Heirlooms"

    Please stop by and take a look!

  7. Wow! I've been out of commission this weekend and am behind on the news.

    Hey, Jo at a Bit of This and a Bit of That is hosting a continent swap and we are still looking for a participant from Australia. Check it out and see if it something you might be interested in:


  8. How are you doing Amber? I would love to see you around but completely understand needing to take a break. Hope you are doing well and look forward to seeing you soon.

    Love Val

  9. Hey Amber... would you email me?




  10. I hope everything is ok, and you're just taking a long break.

    PS I'm missing your posts.

  11. Hi Amber, I've been thinking about you lately. Wondering how the school year has gone for your oldest. It's that time to re-enroll the kids at school and I'm thinking of homeschooling again!! I LOVE the kids school just love the idea of homeschooling also!
    I hope to hear from you.

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  13. Wow ! dust storm... wild!


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