Grateful and Guilty – Rolling Stones and Late night Supper

The much-awaited Rolling Stones ’14 On Fire’ Tour was finally here.

The outdoor Mt Smart stadium in Auckland was filled to the brim. Approximately 40,000 (perhaps) fans clapped, cheered and sang along with the band oblivious to the light shower. I was not dressed for the not too friendly weather. All the reason to buy myself a merchandize, a piece of Rolling Stone Vintage Hoodie for remembrance.

The evening ended with a visit to Momo Tea for supper and cup of Bubble Tea.

Grateful for the enjoyable concert and Guilty for the late night feed.

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Whether it’s a trashy TV show, extra-pulpy fiction, or nutrient-free candy, write a thank-you note to your guiltiest guilty pleasure.

via Grateful and Guilty.

Breathing Room – A doggie bed, Toby & Me

Breathing Room – An extra room has magically been added to your home overnight. The catch: if you add more than three items to it, it disappears.  How do you use it?

via Breathing Room.

 

A fairy waved her magic wand

An extra room has magically been added to our home

A breathing room for my four legged friend.

 

First I will add a doggie bed

Next my doggie buddy will claim his space

The room can take a visitor to make it three – the bed, the dog & me !

 

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Tot’s mission to find his father

This picture in the local daily caught my attention.

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The boy only made it 300m before he was found in a driveway. 

Photo courtesy of New Zealand Herald.

A 3-year-old boy surprised local residents after he got himself dressed early yesterday and left his caregiver’s house, ready to walk 7km to his dad’s.

The Rotorua boy only made it 300m before he was found by Dave Apete, who saw the boy in his driveway.

“I’ve never seen him before,” Mr Apete said.

“He was walking around the corner of my house as I pulled in to the driveway. He said he lived nearby, ‘just over there’ he said. Just over there became a couple of kilometres.”

He said he called police after he started walking the boy home and realising it was a long way.

Check out the full story by Alison King of the Daily Post.

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