Wednesday, October 29, 2008


I thought I would share my addictions with you.
1. Walking in the morning (this is a new thing for me and I hope I can keep motivated). It is hard work doing 5km and pushing a pram, but I feel good after it. May I recommend this new addiction to everyone who reads.
2. Taking photos on my walk (this is also a new thing). I see things in a whole different light. It's nice. May I also suggest that if you have a camera, take it everywhere with you as you don't know what you might come across.
3. Blogging. I can't believe how addictive it is. I love keeping everyone up to date with not only the goings on of the Expo, but random subjects.
Here are some more photos of my walk this morning.

I picked a beautiful red flower (not very good with species of plants/flowers)

I couldn't help myself and had to take a photo of this beautiful Jacaranda (that species of tree, i do know)

Can anyone guess where the waterfall is? I didn't even know it was there until this morning and I have been living in the area for almost 8 years. Put a comment on the post if you know where it is..I will reveal in the next day or so. Good luck guessing!

From Liesa


djl said...

Is it up around Queens Park? Daniel.

The Handmade Expo said...

No, it is not Queens Park. Nice guess though Daniel.

Anonymous said...

I reckon it's at a school.... but which school I am not sure!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi, my daughter Bevelry feels that it is somewhere near Brassal, are we hot or cold?

Dorothy the Dinosaur said...

Not sure if my comment came through, my daughter Beverly says she thinks it is in Brassel, are we warm or cold.

The Handmade Expo said...

Ok...the school answer is correct...but which school?
As for Brassall, you are about as warm as Queens Park!
Keep guessing!

Amanda said...

Is it at Boys Grammer School??

The Handmade Expo said...

Amanda is correct.
It is at the Ipswich Boys Grammer School on Darling Street, Ipswich.
A nice little oasis.
Well done Amanda and well done to everyone who had a go.

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to say what a fabulous website you've got going here. It's so informative and really helping put Ipswich on the map.

And the expo - well it's just one of those special things I look forward to on a monthly basis.

Keep up the fabulous work.

The Handmade Expo said...

Dear Anonymous
Thank you so much for your comment. We do the expo because not only do we love giving such talented people the opportunity to sell their wonderful handmade goods, we also love Ipswich and believe that Ipswich deserves something as fabulous as a handmade market and deserves to be recognised as a wonderful town. Thank you so much for your support on a monthly basis in keeping The Handmade Expo alive.

Anonymous said...

You're welcome!

I hope you can take the expo to the North Side of Brisbane - Not just the country areas.

The Handmade Expo said...

Well, keep an eye out for us as you never know where we might end up.

djl said...

ah i feel so ashamed...i went to the school, and forgot all about there being a dear o dear..daniel