After the over-indulgence of Christmas, a quiet get-together was very much needed. After almost a month of not seeing each other, you could tell that everyone was itching to catch up and discuss what we'd all been up to over the holidays.
Unfortunately, half of the ladies due to join us at Rosylee on the night had fallen victim to the Australian Flu. Apologies flooded over, but, as always, greeted with kindness and understanding. It was a shame to not see them after so long (is a month really that long?? It feels it..) but putting health first is of the utmost importance.
Conversations were still in full force, however, with everyone getting excited and wanting to know know more about Rachel's fashion venture, Careaux (much to Leanne's delight as Leanne has her own fashion blog), and Lisa told us about the fantastic work she's doing with female mentors for young adults.
"But the Sorority isn't about discussing work!" you're probably thinking. Yes, but Chatham House Rules apply. Plus, it really is hard not to discuss work when you're so passionate about what it is you're doing!
Work and personal chatter aside, Heather also brought to us an interesting conversational topic - inspired by Desert Island Discs, we were each asked to talk about songs that reminded ourselves of our childhoods, the happiest moments in our lives, and songs with a special place in our hearts.