Happiness as Anarchy #184: Beautiful fabric

High quality fabric with beautiful patterns has made me happy for many, many years. Combine that with the joy of the forage and I am very happy. I foraged through piles of gorgeous upholstery samples today at Debbie Weston’s popup shop in the Block Arcade in Ballarat. Stunning prints and luxurious fabric are there for… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #184: Beautiful fabric

Happiness as Anarchy #73: Gigs with friends

I’m opening the show tonight for Pete Daffy. Not only a great musician with an incredible voice, he’s also a very good friend of mine. It’s such a pleasure to play a gig with people I love, and it’s also very special – I love their music, love their smiles, and love their hearts. Here… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #73: Gigs with friends

Happiness as Anarchy #10: Tiny Street Art

The world is fabulously interesting when you notice the small things. Tiny street art is such a delight when it catches your eye. The laneways off the Bridge Mall in Ballarat have a surprising amount of art if you look up and down. My favourite is Time Lane (opposite Drury Lane, where I always expect… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #10: Tiny Street Art