And it really is a good morning. I've got a late start and my meeting is only a 15 minute drive from home. Which means my chances of encountering the Pacific Highway are zero. There's something bad in the tea leaves for the Pacific Highway this week. I've been stuck for 38 minutes at the same section before the railway line two days in a row already this week because major traffic accidents have happened there on two consecutive days. What are the horrible chances of that? Thankfully, there were no fatalities but there are times when the traffic in Sydney brings me to tears.
Which somehow brings me to the subject of morning blogging. I've got an hour so lets see how far I get.
It's been busy. Capital B busy, in fact. That trip to London isn't just going to be a holiday but also a life saving intervention. I'm almost on top of everything that needs to be done before then so my focus now is keeping things on an even keel. By wearing lots of blue and white and thinking nautical. Geddit? I'm laughing out loud for you.
|Dress - Brooks Brothers, belt - Louis Vuitton, bangle - Forever 21, study - a mess.|
|Dress - Target, necklaces - I'm a SSG Too and FF Leo by Red Phoenix Emporium, bangle - Forever 21, room - STILL a mess (must rectify before mum comes over tomorrow).|
A crisp morning + a couple of hours up those 3/4 sleeves = morning walk to Mr SSG's bus stop.
And a coffee to take home and sip as I blog.
In the remaining 22 minutes before my late start begins, I'm just going to have to share with you my house keeping obsession. That I even have an obsession that relates to keeping house is a concern but these are interesting times in my world and Australia at large for that matter. Parliament can debate the implications of means testing the private health insurance rebate (and how they will pick up the pieces when the public system collapses under increased demand and pressure) but I have bigger fish to fry. Namely the new glass shower screen and how to keep it spotless.
I've found the secret. A regular spray of vinegar.
I'm so transfixed by my new spotless shower screen that I've taken to spraying the glass twice a day, leaving vapours of vinegar in the air and a feeling that SSG Manor has become a fish and chippery. Does anyone have any shower screen cleaning secrets that aren't so aromatic?