I was walking around town when I chanced upon this cafe.
It was unassuming from the outside.
But when I entered in, I was drawn by the aroma of freshly baked bread and the French deco of the place. It was tastefully done. Too chic.
I can’t help but wander around…
I was trying to find a quiet place to have coffee. I certainly found my spot.
I’ll be back Corner Post Cafe.
We just finished Sunday lunch of Tony’s Chicken Tenders with Potato Salad and frozen lemon tea. We topped everything off with ice cream. It made the kids scream out of joy.
We had that question in our Catechism class?
What makes you laugh?
It’s my little, silly, cheeky munchkin, KIKO.
He eats like a monster and sleeps so well.
He’s beginning to walk now. Baby steps.
We all find that too exciting.
Words will have to wait for a while.
He’s total cuteness.
I’ve always thought that an entry decor should be something captivating.
It is a sneak preview of the house.
I’ve struggled to put something which I can afford in our small foyer.
Until I saw this old, dilapidated ladder in ebay. Bought it for $40.
I thought it had potential.
I’ve asked my handyman, aka Tatay, to cut it shorter, paint and sand it.
The end product is something I am extremely pleased with.
Our shabby chic bookshelf:
I’ve retained some parts of the ladder unpainted, untouched to keep it authentic.
Our living room has never looked this appealing to me.
I was back in Castlemaine some time in July and August.
I attended my annual retreat and course there minus the kids.
It is one of those places you would want to go back to again and again and again…
It’s country living spoiled with great local shops, art galleries, historical buildings, and more…
Plus the joy of being alone with God is unimaginable.
Any walk around town is worthwhile.
Even the Old Castlemaine Gaol turned out to be a great find.
You have to try Governor’s Cafe located inside the old prison’s premises.
I brought my friends to Das Kaffeehaus just across the Botanical Garden.
Oh what a lovely time we had!