In Awe-stralia

July 31, 2020

Australia is Aussie-some!

From en’joey-ing the unique wildlife,

to appreciating the koala-ty vegetation,

to pond’ering the remoteness of the Outback,

to taking in the rockin’ views of Victoria, 

to going with the flow in Queensland,

to admiring the mist’ical beauty of New South Wales,

Australia is downright paw’some! 

Here’s to putting the magical land of Oz on your shoulders.

 

What a beaut!

Here’s to the ancient kangaroo proverb, “Don’t worry, be hoppy,” & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

-the Taaluma Team

P.S. Plus two more fabrics so great, your friends will say “That’s Aussie-some, mate”

 




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