“Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)” is a song by English indie rock band Florence and the Machine from their debut album, Lungs (2009). There are bunny related promo images. Yes!
Wishing everyone a happy New Year! This duet by Zooey Deshanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt was uploaded one year ago today. Adorable. I learned how to play the ukelele one afternoon last summer. I was left to my own devices at my parent’s house and so I helped myself to my little sister’s uke. It’s a fun instrument to pick up, especially if you’ve ever played the guitar or violin (I played both) but I’ve forgotten how the uke chords go already. No doubt this time of year is seriously overrated, but I’ll be first to put my hand up to organize something fabulous to do. We usually head to one of the many beach towns around and stay in a bach (holiday house) for the week. This year many of our friends are away so it’s going to be a little more low key. Still, we bought ourselves two bottles of our favourite white and gold rums for the occasion. Party on lovelies.
After 40 days of travel, The Koala and I are coming home tomorrow. As much as I love traveling and seeing new sights, there is really no place quite like home. I’ve posted a little on my foodie adventures over the last few weeks, but as I go through all my photos, expect a few more gems to pop up. In the meantime, here is a song that I can’t get out of my head all holiday. Both these versions are lovely. Home Alabama, Arkansas I do love my ma and pa Not that way that I do love you Holy moley, me oh my You’re the apple of my eye Girl, I’ve never loved one like you Man, oh man, you’re my best friend I scream it to the nothingness There ain’t nothing that I need Well, hot and heavy, pumpkin pie Chocolate candy, Jesus Christ Ain’t nothing please me more than you Ah, home, let me go home Home is wherever I’m with you Ah, home, let me go home Home is wherever …
Today, we embark on a 40 day adventure. I thought this song by my new favourite group Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros was quite fitting.