Last week we got out of town. We flew down to Christchurch to pick up our new old car from my brother. He feed us a home-cooked meal and gave us a warm bed to sleep in. In the morning we drove on to Geraldine to visit James' brother. I loved the window views driving down, checking out the farm and hanging out with the massive cows, and a VERY yummy pizza. James loved the bunny hunt and driving the dirt bike. We did a lot of driving over the week so we are especially grateful that the car is ridiculously economical to run. I love the South Island. Everything about reminds me of camping trips. It's the sound of magpies, the way the light falls when the sun goes down, the smell of grass and saw dust and sheds. All that's missing is burnt toast and marmite.
yellow gorse flowers are beautiful in summer salads
For the next two weeks, I am lucky and proud to be part of the Massey University Exposure Exhibition. It's been and amazing year. The bags under my stinging eyes are a good testament to just how hard we have all been working. And hopefully... how stunning the show will be! Wooohooo!
A two week public exhibition showcasing Massey's emerging artists and designers. Exhibition open daily 10-24 November 2012 Mon/Fri 9.00am - 6.00pm Sat/Sun 10.00am - 4.00pm The courtyard. level C Te Ara Hihiko Massey University College of Creative Arts Entrance E, Tasman Street Wellington