Today I want to recognise the real hero of my business - this is Mitsu. Look at him posing like a boss! He’s my meal-break enforcer, my director of snuggles and my occasional interferer (he LOVES walking over my keyboard and turning on spotlight search - I don’t even know how to do that!). When you work from home in an otherwise empty house, sometimes you go a little crazy. Having this guy to talk to makes a world of difference - and we have some great chats! He will come and sit between me and the screen when he thinks I need a break - I like to think it’s because he cares, but it’s probably because he’s hungry, which... he’s always hungry. Occasionally he even ‘helps’ me write emails or edit photos, although his spelling could use a little work and his style is quite different to mine. Do you have a fluffy (or feathered, or scaly) BFF at who makes your day better? What’s your pal’s name?
Popped this little doozy on the blog, link in bio 👆
This is what happens when you do couple portraits after the party 🎉❤️😄 . . . .
Give me a seat among the gum trees... ~ Some more love for the Australiana wedding styling (with a few roses thrown in, because, why not?!) for Marielle & Brett's celebration @erravilla last weekend. 💙 ~ 🍃 @littlelaughingbells
I am unashamedly a royals fan, I absolutely love this portrait ❤️ #Repost @theroyalfamily ・・・ Tomorrow The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh celebrate their 70th Wedding Anniversary - to mark the occasion more new photographs are being released worldwide. The marriage of the then Princess Elizabeth to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten took place at Westminster Abbey on 20th November 1947. The ceremony was broadcast on BBC Radio to 200 million people. British photographer Matt Holyoak of Camera Press, took these new images in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle earlier this month. #weddinggoals#royalfamily