Some times you just have to be game. It takes courage to get out of your comfort zone and just do it. It takes guts to take your first tentative steps on a slackline. All your self preservation instincts say that trying to walk a thin line a meter or so in the air is a risky business but at South Bank today Sharni was giving it a red hot go. She'd never tried it before but she was rockin it. A little further up South Bank I met Maryanne Hutchison at the markets. Maryanne sells T Shirts and there's more than one from her stall in Drama Teen's slogan shirt collection. But she's got a new venture. Since Australia Day she's been operating The Game Puzzlers, a stall that sells old style wooden puzzles and games. You have to be game to start a new venture. You also have to be game to dye your hair half red and half blue and wear a domino ear-ring too but Maryanne rocks that too. She's a real character.
I also showed real character today. I had to be very game to buy yet another pet accessory for Rumple and take him home in it. But I threw caution to the wind and money at the stall holder to buy Rumple a Dharf harness and lead. It was just too damn cute, Australian made and fully machine washable. Some times a girl just can't say no.