May 23, 2011 § Leave a comment
Come down to the office between 10-11am this Thursday the 26th May and have a cuppa and of course some cake in support of this great cause.
If you cannot make it L you are more than welcome to drop past the office during the week to make a donation and have some left over cake J.
Why must you be careful of tea at night?
Because it might mug you.
What does a teapot say to her hairdresser?
What did the teapot wear to bed?
What does the tea do when it moves to LA?
It has its bags removed.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you at the tea party.
October 13, 2010 § Leave a comment
The sun is starting to shine, grass is being cut and the sweet scent of blossom wafts through the air. It is these tell tale signs that mark the beginning of the spring social season. For the J.C Street girls this is an exciting, hectic and action packed time of the year.
Spring Racing Carnival… The countdown is over. Couture dresses, sparkling jewels, extravagant hats and sensational stilettos complimented by a day off and glass of Champagne. What more could a girl want? So unless Mother Nature rains on our parade the J.C Street girls will be at the spectacle just before the first horse jumps.
We would love to see you at the race. Who will you be? Where will you be? And most importantly what will you wear?
As we don’t take well to falling down rabbit holes remember to let one of the girls know where to find you!
September 21, 2010 § Leave a comment
SOME women get pruning shears or sensible walking shoes for their 60th birthday.
But one lucky Melbourne lady was given the keys to a $15 million penthouse on St Kilda Road as well-heeled buyers continue to shrug off world economic concerns and push the top-end property market to giddy new heights.
The managing director of construction company L U Simon, Peter Devitt, is believed to have bought the opulent apartment in The Melburnian tower on Friday. According to sources, he gave the keys to his wife at birthday celebrations at Crown Casino restaurant Silks on Sunday.
September 6, 2010 § Leave a comment
If you’ve ever wanted to keep a cat in a flat, but thought the unit a whisker too small, think again.
A new study says keeping pets in city apartments is a purrrfect idea. It also advises how to get your paws on a building which is pet friendly.
And in a move which will set posh pooches tails wagging and get yuppie moggies purring with delight, developers of upmarket new buildings are said to be increasingly willing to accommodate animals.
One in four Australian households are now based in apartment blocks, says the Petcare Information and Advisory Service (PIAS), which is attempting to bust the myth that pets can’t live in small units.
“There is absolutely a perception out there that cats and dogs can’t live in units because they are too small … but it’s really not true,” PIAS spokeswoman Susie Willis said.