That was quite a weekend. For starters, on Friday I got drunk, then on Saturday I had a jeans sale at The Good Copy shop. It looks like Tess is worried there are no customers in this shot, but it was actually quite busy. She just wanted to run outside, to her probable death.
|Quite a few of the usual suspects showed, and I was ready for them with delicious Astra lagers.
|Luckily, Rosie was on hand to wrangle Tess, make entertaining quips and help people with their jeans selections while I wondered around bleary-eyed, repeatedly saying hello to people.
|The shop was the perfect spot for slack-peddling and we did a steady trade all day, with lots of friendly visitors including Romy, Caroline and Jared.
|There's Tess again, standing on Sez's Moroccan rug, staring wistfully outside but having a good time nonetheless.
|Three wise men.
|Amanda and Corey. Corey started walking on Friday! He was showing off with an interesting sidestep crabwalk thing in the shop.
|Jason was pointing at a squinty Andrew
|A mid-anecdotal Prior
|Wendy and Ben came along for the bargains and stayed for my incredible scattered banter.|
|Charlie giving us his classic ThreeThousand street gallery pose|
|Fast forward almost 24 hours and I was having a skate with a group of handsome shirtless men in a schoolyard. This is Yared.|
|Ivan and a well chiselled back tail. I have to exercise more.|
|It was the best skate I've had in perhaps years, thanks to no scooters and the fact that I finally learned this trick - the backside smith grind. Tom was so impressed he took this lovely photo.|
|You want another angle? Alright then. I am incredibly proud of learning this trick and I don't care what you say. It's been haunting me for decades!|
|Nick Yared - an incredible skateboarder and a lovely chap.|
|Alex is the coolest real estate agent I know. Much cooler than Blake from The Bachelor anyway.|
|Lachie and I skated the ledge for what seemed like hours after everyone else stopped.|
|It really was a great time out there.|