Things i Love Today

2:02 PM

(Alfred Hitchcock and his kids)

Haven't done one of these for a while. So without further ado; in categories ....

Postcard

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If we are to prevent depression we need to understand its causes.
Westmead Millennium Institute for Medical Research invites first degree family members (e.g. sons and daughters) of a person who has experienced unipolar depression to participate in its research. Email anna_watters@wmi.usyd.edu.au

Events

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Image source: Axioo Photography


Weddings! Love; well dressed people; champagne. What more could you possibly ask for in one day?

Video

Erykah Badu - Window Seat
Mad as a cut snake. All the good ones are ...


Word







–noun
1.
a horseman, esp. a mounted soldier; knight.
2.
one having the spirit or bearing of a knight; a courtly gentleman; gallant.
3.
a man escorting a woman or acting as her partner in dancing.
4.
(initial capital letteran adherent of Charles I of England in his contest with Parliament.



–adjective
5.
haughty, disdainful, or supercilious: an arrogant and cavalier attitude toward others.
6.
offhand or unceremonious: The very dignified officials were confused by his cavalier manner.
7.
(initial capital letterof or pertaining to the Cavaliers.
8.
(initial capital letterof, pertaining to, or characteristic of the Cavalier poets or their work.



–verb (used without object)
9.
to play the cavalier.
10.
to be haughty or domineering.



i Love that this word is personified in every facet; from meaning to sound to the way it is said with a flounce. What can I say? Just call me the Word Nerd.


Quote
i Love it when my kids mimic the way I exclaim "Get out of town!" or "Correctamondo!" whenever I am required to validate anything they say as the most interesting, revealing, news-breaking piece of information ever (e.g. 'Mum, did you know some people call Autumn, Fall? Really!" or indepth descriptions of how they need to behave when they jump on their cousin's "bouncerine").


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Thank you MrBigFists


Moisturiser


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Aesop Primrose Facial Hydrating Cream: not the cheapest around but definitely not the most expensive. Just goes and goes, Aussie, smells and feels like heaven on your face every day. You can buy it from Aesop or Adore Beauty. 

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