*B wouldn't let us get a PlayStation when we moved in together, but I'm still a total PlayStation girl at heart. I mean, I still use the PlayStation keys for goodness sake! :P
2. Somewhere in between starting the Tomb Raider game and achieving 100%, I finished up my final assessments for Uni and awaited the release of my results. Needless to say I was SO relieved when I found out that I had passed everything (I may have even done another happy dance and screamed with delight into my pillow) but the reality that I am actually now a qualified teacher didn't kick in until I received the email above (obviously the email didn't come with a moustache and in fact came with my teacher registration number). Even though I don't want to become a full time teacher any more, the email above means that I can be a relief teacher starting from.. well.. since the day I received that email! I haven't had a day of relief teaching yet as I am trying to focus on being a full time graphic designer, but once I get settled into a proper routine I will definitely put my name down on the supply teacher registry. :)
4. As happy as I was with my hair that day though, I decided to let my cousin Danielle take a centimetre of split ends off when I visited her last weekend. She also offered to colour my hair for me as it was looking a bit drab, so I decided to spice things up a bit by going for a dark brown/mahogany shade. Most people wouldn't know the difference because my hair colour is almost always some variation of brown, but I can personally see a huge difference and am really happy with the change. :)
5. On the same weekend that I was up visiting my cousin, I also spent the weekend chilling out with my family. The short video above was taken after we had finished eating our dinner and were sitting in the loungeroom watching our favourite Aussie comedian, Carl Barron, on dvd. :)
7. Back to the weekend with my family.. on Sunday my brother Mitchell unfortunately had to work, so Mum and I headed into the city with the furbabies to check out the Boggo Road Markets (which turned out to be rubbish) and to attend the Brisbane Dachshunds winter meet up in Woolloongabba. I'd never been to a Dachshund meet up before, so I had no idea what to expect, but once we arrived I never wanted to leave. There were so many Dachshunds there (at least 70) and of all different varieties, and because the meet up was in a dog park the dogs were all allowed off their leashes, so there were 70+ yapping crazies running around like mad man.. haha! The photo above was taken to show you guys which variety of Dachshund I eventually want to get when B and I move into a bigger place that allows pets (although I'm thinking we might actually prefer a short haired english cream), but as you can see, poor Phoebe couldn't handle that I was giving another dog attention and started jumping at my legs and whining like a small child lost at the grocery store. :P I also took a quick video of what the meet up looked like shortly after we had first arrived. Bare in mind that within half an hour of filming this there were more than twice as many Dachshunds there than what is shown in the video.