Saturday, 3 July 2010

So long, Melbourne winter

It's been the craziest kind of week I've ever had, I think. Good crazy though, so long as I'll be able to find all the important things over the next few weeks I intended to take.

After a few final Melbourne outings for a while, including the pre-launch celebration of First taste at Sospeso Readings last night, which was awesome, and then the last minute packing today that we fitted in around a very informal and one week early birthday celebration for Hamish, we may actually be almost ready to go.

There were heaps of things I wanted to say and I'm a little afraid to check my to-do list as I'm not sure I want to realise which things I actually never got around to doing, but I'm very close to letting all that go.

We will have internet access every now and then while we're on the road, so no doubt I'll find time to post a glorious picture or two and to let you know how warm where we are might be. After the super-cold of this last week, I'm very much looking forward to warmth. I know I won't find it in Adelaide, where I'm featuring at Friendly Street Poets on Tuesday (although I'm sure THAT will be warm), but in a week from now we'll probably be in Coober Pedy, or further north, so double figured temperatures are definitely on the cards.

4 comments:

Leonie said...

Have a safe trip! Lots of sun and fun and escape from a dark Melbourne winter. See you in spring :-)

littlegirlwithabigpen said...

Packing and preparing for a trip is some strange kind of hell, hey?
Hope you have a fantastic trip!

Graham Nunn said...

See you very soon Tiggy! The sun is shining in Brisbane today, warming the air for your arrival!

TimT said...

Have a jolly good time. PS I've been writing about Page Seventeen...
http://willtypeforfood.blogspot.com/2010/07/very-literary-post.html