It was also the opening of French's exhibition.
here's one of his wonderful imaginings.
And the night before, we had trundled along to an interesting, heckle-heavy comedy night at 99 Problems, with Dave as the headline act.
So, by the time we got moving, Keegan had been waiting downstairs for an hour already. He loves a garage sale!
As well as Rosie and my assorted clothing items, Emma had brought along a bunch of her stuff because she is moving to Alice Springs. We scored a food processor, which I have already put to good use.
It rained on and off all morning. See Tess taking shelter? She's not for sale, I joked to unsuspecting punters.
I sold a bunch of old jeans and stuff. "Why are all these jeans by Note to Self?", I was asked by unsuspecting punters.
Brendan happened to be randomly walking past wearing a ridiculous borrowed t-shirt. I furnished him with a nice yellow one in a better fit. Naturally, I charged him for it.
These guys relieved me of a few key items, while Keegan spruiked his own wares.
Tess had set up her own stall, but nothing was for sale. She didn't quite get the whole concept.
Afterwards, we had a few celebratory drinks down the road with Jasmine, Michelle and Emma. Romy showed up and she was meeting some other people. The blurriness of the photos is very indicative of our jubilant mood.
Jasmine was wearing a cool t-shirt.
What else? Bret stayed with us for a spell.
Bit of a carpark jib.
It was Jason's bday last week. We went for dinner after our yoga class. You heard right.
Sammy V was in town recently.
Sam is back on the bike.
Georgia and Mel launched their hilarious male stripper calendar at New Day Rising.
Leah was in town for the occasion, as was Bonnie of course.
Quite a dog-heavy occasion.
It was also Raph's bday a few weeks ago. He celebrated by cooking us all lots of food.
It was a fun and delicious gathering.
I went skating with Ed in the city that day when all the trees got blown onto cars and stuff. It was pretty fun!