My uniform, is quite boring, and something that I'm in 4 days a week, so not many outfit shots for this December, arts and crafts with clients for Christmas and lunch at the Red Teapot, surprisingly good and reasonable.
So I'm trying something new for me, on youtube its called Vlogmas, but I wanna do Blogmas. Definitely not something new for the blogosphere, but its going to make counting down to Christmas easier. This blogpost is coming in quite late, but better late than never! If there are any car lovers out there, feast your eyes. This is one of my favorite cars out there. Ignore my crappy attempt at removing the number plate. Also isn't that a cute dog?
not every post is going to have awesome photography, but I'll try my very best. Till tomorrow. Goodnight.
Before I leave this month with a lacklustre post again, here are photos from Fremantle one weekend where Mr. D and I took the camera out and just enjoyed a Sunday, just the two of us, experimenting with angles, sunlight and being creepers.
The Balm Cosmetics's Balm Voyage! Palette is all sorts of amazing. 16 eyeshadow colours and 3 lip and cheek stain. Will soon become a travel staple.
O.P.I.'s Warm Me Up and Wondrous Star from the Mariah Collection has me drooling and wanting more from that collection.
Kit Cosmetics's crazy glitter ball nail polish in Fairytale Ending just screams holidays! Christmas! Fall! even though it is 37 degrees in Australia.
Bourjois is my favourite brand for foundations, The Face Shop's lip tint is quite amazing, Bobbi Brown's creamy concealer that has been raved about again and again, and a sponge that kinda looks like the beauty blender, but essentially, isn't.
on another note, Christmas decorations are already up. Exciting stuff.
P.S. 50th blog post! a milestone, especially for me.
I heard of Mr. Munchies Sushi many times from Pale Division / Willabelle Ong and really wanted to try it out for myself. So one night when we got lazy to cook, we headed out to the Sushi place that is inside the same alley way as Grill'd Burgers on Beaufort St.
The first thing that caught my eye was the mix of decoration around the place. Three doors hung from the wall on the right, Godzilla and Astro Boys adorned the wall to the left, colourful chairs and interesting lighting, I was hooked.
The next important thing is of course, the food.
We ordered a mix of sushi and a DIY salad to try out their menu and there were some yays and some nays.
To be fair, the nay was the salad, and because it was DIY, I can't really blame the chef. (It would be great if they had suggestions for the salad, like this goes good with that, blah blah)
The yays were of course the sushi. I really enjoyed the salmon and cream cheese sushi, that was my favourite, and the prawn/tuna/saffron mix was really amazing too. (Apologies for the description, I forgot the names!)
My mum wasn't too keen on how big each bite was as there was a lot of ingredients in each piece, but I don't mind it, as long as you are ok with taking huge bites (As it tastes better eating it as a whole)