On the morning of my birthday, Steve presented me with a little blue box and because he'd bought it around Christmas it was wrapped with a red ribbon. His words were. "Um, I bought this a while ago and I've been thinking about it the last few days and I think I might have bought you this before!"
So I unwrapped his gift and lo and behold it was a shinier, newer version of a necklace he'd bought me a few years ago! I showed him the original and his response was, "Well at least you know I must really like it if I picked it out again!" So I spent the lunch break on my birthday in Tiffany's picking out something shiny! And I went in with one box and came out with three! And I chose a shiny key pendant and two different length chains.
Another gift I received is this very lovely mug from Amelia. I have taken it to work and my morning cuppa is all the more pleasurable!
So the first weekend after my birthday was also Australia Day which meant long weekend! Yay! We decided to head down Mornington Peninsula and camp at a beach called Sorrento. Rather than drive down the coast we actually headed West and spent the morning in Geelong where there was a small festival on and we watched some beach volleyball as well as had some lunch. We then caught the car ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento where we set up camp at the campsite along the foreshore.
Whilst we were enjoying some delicious Italian food and being waited on like kings, we started talking about plans for the rest of the weekend. Steve informed me he'd booked a restaurant already...and that it was in Daylesford! And he'd booked accommodation too! What a lovely surprise.
So Saturday morning saw us head to Daylesford where we mooched around the town, enjoyed lunch and had a good relax before an amazing dinner at Kazuki's. The little B&B was stayed in was very cute and picturesque. It was a very warm weekend though with temperatures in the 40s.
We returned home on Sunday and Steve cooked dinner for us - spaghetti and meatballs which was delicious.
Speaking of food, look who can feed herself these days! And not only can she feed herself, she's all about the ride on toys. Growing up so fast!