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Adorable French architect Adele to whom gave swimming lessons this morning and whose notebook is filled with notes on Oz painters, pressed botanicals and drawings.
13th Dec 2008, 06:24   | tags:

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Dhamaka says:

I like the idea of bunbury-ing

13th Dec 2008, 09:15

Emilicon says:

Hey Dhamaka, I highly recommend Bunburying as an emergency escape option! Also accurate in this instance as am near a town called Bunbury, and living a secret life this week on a mission known to few ...

13th Dec 2008, 11:54

Alfie says:

Astonishingly blue

13th Dec 2008, 11:56

taniwha says:

dreamy.

13th Dec 2008, 13:33

MaggieD says:

I want to bunbury, I have always wanted to bunbury ever since I first saw The Importance of Being Earnest :)

13th Dec 2008, 18:44

Dhamaka says:

I guess I've been too honest.. This time of year it'd probably be kinder to go bunbury-ing on Boxing Day instead of just saying 'I'm off'...

13th Dec 2008, 23:32

Emilicon says:

@alfie seriously, the best kinda holiday blues

@taniwha so dreamy I forgot how hot it was and while seldom get sunburned managed to yesterday...

@maggieD I've always been a big fan of Bunburying especially once discovered the practice had been named by Oscar, you ought to go Bunburying this weekend, you don't even need to come over here to Bunbury to do it, I'm quite sure.

@Dhamaka Boxing Day post-binge-gluttony comedown in enclosed spaces with way too many family members is what Oscar invented Bunburying for, I imagine... please send updates of your expedition by moblog

14th Dec 2008, 07:11

Dhamaka says:

What a great idea...
:)

14th Dec 2008, 10:09

Emilicon says:

@Dhamaka even if your Bunburying only takes place in a hall cupboard you've stocked with provisions for the duration... ginger beer and icecream essential, even better if combined

14th Dec 2008, 10:54

Dhamaka says:

:)
you'll have to wait and see ...

14th Dec 2008, 11:57

MaggieD says:

I think you have to be young and single to do (guilt free) bunburying .... if I were to bunbury, I would have to make sure that all was well and sorted at home first (which kinda defeats the object) .... Oh, to hell with it, I will bunbury regardless! ...

14th Dec 2008, 19:30

Dhamaka says:

:)
that's what mobile phones are for

14th Dec 2008, 20:49