what a wonderful weekend!

Last weekend I had the honour of heading up to the wonderful town of Yackandandah to perform at their Folk Festival. It's a great town and a great festival!! Such a beautiful part of the world. I had such a lovely time performing, the audiences were so enthusiastic and it did my soul a whole lot of good! I was super busy playing shows, doing interviews and running workshops, but loved every minute of it. The kids stayed back in Melbourne with grandparents, and I headed up to Yack with my hubby, and my brother Pete (who plays guitar for me) his wife Taz and their seriously cute little son, Percy. It was great hanging out with them. Probably the highlight from the weekend though was meeting up with one of my fav bloggers Claire (Sweet Birdy Love) who lives in Yackandandah. We have enjoyed each others blogs for a couple of years, and it was the best to finally meet!!
Have you ever met up with a fellow blogger? was it great?

Speak soon!! love Mezz xox


  1. How wonderful.....yes I have loved meeting special blog friends. Amazing how much we have all had in common xxx

  2. What a great weekend....child free and a Bloggy meet up! :) x

  3. Great pics...especially of the little man! Too cute for words.Glad you had such a great time and that we could help out a bit xo

  4. Hey Mezz, so pleased you enjoyed your Festival experience and it was great to finally meet you and Taz as well, along with Pete, Byron and the gorgeous little Percy.
    You are exactly as I had imagined you would be, how you come across in your blog....... just lovely.
    Might see you up this way again some time.

    Claire Xx

  5. Sounds like great meet-up Mezz, and a great festival - success all round! Good to have some 'grown up' time too, I'm sure. Lovely to see the pic of you on Claire's blog :)
    Alison x

  6. Ash was the first person I met "off the internet"....and look at all the lovely people who came into my life as a result :) x

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