Beach outfit with additions, and poem!

Hi there my beauties!

This week I have a short post. No video I'm afraid because we are in the process of buying a holiday cabin (eek!) and running around preparing for staying there.

Such a lot of work to be relaxed!

I haven't seen it yet, Cris did all the preliminaries, but tomorrow is the day!

In preparation I've been buying beach you do. But as we are still quite cold here in Canberra, I've had to augment the beach clothes with tights, shirt, jacket and boots!

This is the Brer Rabbit Black Marilyn Playsuit from Black Milk Clothing

with William Morris illustrations.

Great for spinning!

And more modest than a short skirt :-)

Heavily supervised by pets.

Spinning off to the beach!

Yes, Smart-Blue (manx cat) and Winter (spanador...labrador/cocker spaniel cross) are coming too!

I leave you with a poem I wrote last time we were at the beach.


Every hour of every day

Waves wash the shore

Cycle by cycle

Relentlessly cleaning

Foaming and sudsing

Rinse and repeat

Scrubbing and scouring

Washed then dried

Ancient efficient machine

Run by tides and wind.


Til next time,

Keep on creating!


Jazzy Jack and The Bracks


Our beach week

 Greetings lovely people!
Last week we had to the good fortune to follow Cris to the coast for one of his consultancies.
Cris regularly travels to various jobs around the country and sometimes the world. Usually we are stuck at home without him. But this time the kids are being homeschooled and have flexibility. Also it was only two hours away, driveable, and at the coast (!) So our video this week is Part one of some footage we took of our adventures.
Rock hopping seemed to be the activity of choice this time, as although sunny, the water was still cold.
It was interesting to watch Aiden conquer his fears,
and Miles take charge to ensure we crossed the potentially dangerous terrain, safely.
As we had such a blast both times we've been to this beach lately, we have just today bought ourselves a little beach experience. A cute renovated cabin for semipermanent living in a tourist park on the coast, near Mossy Point.
Now we can go back whenever we like! Yay!
Stay tuned for further reports and adventures at the coast.
Jazzy Jack and The Bracks