Yeah, it’s been a while since I’ve made a weekly vlog. The simple reason for this is the shear lack of interesting tales and highlights that happen in my day-to-day life. Shame.
My usual day comprises of the following…
I wake up.
I eat breakfast.
Check emails/messages & have some basic Internet time.
Then, I either proceed with uni study or spend time getting my next YouTube video ready for Sunday.
Break for lunch.
Continue on with my pre-lunch activity.
(Or I procrastinate with some sewing! Te-he!)
So as last week rolled into life, I knew that some exciting times were ahead, threatening to break my daily monotony.
So of course I had to make a weekly vlog about it!
The week started with a lovely sewing sesh, where I filmed the making of The Sailboat Block Tutorial. I like showing behind the scenes footage of how I make my YouTube videos as it adds another dimension to how these videos come together and what it takes to edit these content-heavy videos.
Wednesday, my folks and I ventured off into the city to see the The Lion King: The Musical at the Captiol Theatre in Sydney. We jumped on a train, got off at Central Station and had lunch at this little petite French café on Eddy Ave. It’s was a pretty cool little restaurant. The walls adorned famous French artworks (Renoir and Seurat) along with an array of past and present film, screen and music artists like Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison etc. The meals were quite basic: burgers, sandwiches and rolls – but still delicious!
We then ventured into the wintery artic winds blowing along the streets in a short walk to the theatre.
The show was brilliant! If you ever get the chance to see this production, DO IT! You won’t be disappointed!
(On a side note: I think this would be the perfect show to introduce the whole ‘musical theatre’ experience to kids. Possibly those aged 5 and up will appreciate and enjoy it!)
This week in particular, it’s hit me just how fast time really does fly! It’s crazy to think that my little newborn nephew I introduced you to here, just turned the big O.N.E! That’s just CRAZY!
This little guy was the highlight for the rest of the week.
We saw him on his actual birthday, which was Friday, and then enjoyed a more ‘official’ type of birthday party on Sunday with extended family and friends.
I’m so happy with the footage I was able to get of him at his party – these images will be cherished for a long time come!
So that’s the week that was!
I loved every minute of it!
Happy Sewing Friends!