I know I can easily pass as a blind busker here if it weren’t for the lavish backdrop and the luxe boho outfit I’m sporting. I still miss those duck-down karate-chopped pillows and the ginormous king size bed at the Park Hyatt Melbourne. You may have figured from my poses, I cannot actually play the guitar. I’d love to learn one day, maybe when Winston’s a little older? But then again, everyone’s been telling us that when bubs get older, they demand more of your time and attention. So maybe I should strap Hubby down this weekend so that he can teach me.
I used to think that learning new things was reserved for young people, but since my epiphany, expressed in this post, I want to learn new things every day. Whether it is a new word, a new recipe, a new route, or even a new instrument… Instead of making our brain cells think that we’re done with learning, it’s so good to know that new cells are generated every time we do something different! It certainly makes our lives more interesting, exciting and exhilarating! What new tasks will you take on, and what will you do differently this weekend?
Where: Room 1566 Park Hyatt Melbourne
Wear: Joie Top / Edenborough Evans necklace / Vintage Sunglasses /Elle McPherson Intimates Silk Shorts / Vintage espadrilles
[spoiler title=”中文版”]这些照片里我有一点像个盲人街头艺人，要不是因为那豪华的背景你可能真的会相信我。我还怀念着那些Park Hyatt宾馆里的鸭绒枕头和超大的床。可能你从我的姿势就看得出来，我实际上不会弹吉他。我很想有一天可以学习，也许当宝宝大一点以后？但话又说回来，最近很多人都在告诉我，宝宝越大越难带，他们需要更多的时间和精力。也许这个周末我就应该请教老公来教我弹。