A RAINY SUNDAY

Sunday, 5 July 2015




Heya! Today I was lucky enough to have a meetup with one of my favourite bloggers of all time, the lovely Rachel of Lucid Stars. Not only was I super excited to meet another Perth blogger, but it was lovely to meet someone who I've known online for a good year and a half. For those of you who have yet to stumble upon Rachel's lovely blog, I would seriously recommend popping over and having a look.

We started off with lunch in a little cafe (aka bagel heaven) and then made our way to a big marriage equality rally that was taking place in the city. Unfortunately for us, as soon as we were away from any form of shelter it started raining and by the time the rally finished we were completely drenched! The wet weather certainly didn't detract from the day though, and there was such a great atmosphere to the whole event. All in all, a wonderful way to spend Sunday! x

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  1. Today was so great! thank you for coming out with me, for the millionth time ;) xx

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    1. thank you too! such a wonderful day! x

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  2. Looks like you had a great time! Beautiful pictures :)

    www.elevatorbrain.blogspot.com

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  3. Looks like you had a lovely time. That bagel looks delicious!

    Erin | Being Erin

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    1. my first ever bagel certainly didn't disappoint! :) x

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  4. Those bagels look delicious, also I'd love to go high skating, here in Italy the weather is so hot!

    http://www.notesofglam95.blogspot.it/

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    1. Unfortunately we didn't end up going ice skating! In Australia it's still much too hot even in winter, but they managed to set up a rink in the city somehow! x

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  5. good on ya zoe! it's so important to drill up support for marriage equality, especially when australia is so far behind the rest of the world in not legalising it!
    bella xx
    http://sincerelyisabella.blogspot.com.au

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    1. thanks bella! Yes it's so important, hopefully Australia will catch up soon! x

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