I woke up early to get a iced latte from Dudley Street Espresso, a few stores down from Annerley Woolworths, and a lackluster almond croissant. Dudley’s is a local hot spot with ample nearby parking and bus stops this is a prime drop-in drop-out coffee goers destination. It’s location does not make it ideal to sit and eat as it is small and on a busy main road, but the service is friendly and fast.
I often hum-and-ha about where I want to go for my coffee in the morning and it normally gets narrowed down by; ‘could I be bothered walking that far?’ and ‘do I want iced or hot?’ Because it’s summer in Australia and hotter than the inside of a car parked in the sun all day, I have been opting for iced coffees and Dudley offers the best within walking distance to me.
My go-to choice here is just a vanilla iced latte for $4.50 after I have done my groceries at Woolworths.
I had a pelvic ultrasound this morning, because I am getting an IUD put in on Wednesday but I couldn’t find a car park and was in so much pain from holding my bladder that I had a panic attack, started crying and had to cancel. So, to calm me down I am currently working on a knit throw for my boyfriend’s apartment couch as it is in need of some white to brighten it up. I went to Spotlight the other day and unsurprisingly for me bought the wrong coloured yarn, so today I am going to go return it for the correct colour, hopefully! This project is keeping me pre-occupied while I wait to hear back from jobs. Knitting is super easy to learn and do, my mum taught me when I was younger, she claims she doesn’t know how to knit so she couldn’t have, but I refreshed my memory using this YouTube video here.