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... get a hot drink. That is one thing we would like to change – giving the kids access to some more hot drinks at meal times and during the day. Some of them need it. For example – Alyse doesn’t function without coffee, something we are very quickly learning!
After a nice lunch of rolls, we dropped off our stuff and headed in for our feeding session. I had been building up to this moment for almost three years now – the moment where Mishka the ...
... we left our bus driver hit a car! But really, it was the other drivers fault because it was a one lane road and the car tried to pull around the bus! It was interesting but everyone was fine, we just couldn't believe it happened! I didn't even feel it, or know that it even happened! So don't worry we are all okay!!
Today started a little rough, but it ended on a high note! I'm excited for the rest of these last few days in Canberra! See you next time!
... join one of the expeditions as a fill in cousellor. It was one of the best weeks of my time there. I got to see parts of Nova Scotia that I would not normally have seen and got to spend some time with a really cool group of young people (some of which are actually on staff this year).
I've included some photos from last time for you guys to check out. :D
Things are kinda up in the air at the moment as to when I will be flying to the UK. It ...
Sometimes the small stuff is the big stuff as we all know. Today was one of those days, where the little stuff was what made the day amazing (as is often the case although we are all so accustomed to over-looking those gems of life). Zach and Samira had to go to school this morning for school photos so Niklas and Addison spent some quiet time doing their school work they brought with them and then played on their own (i think the first time since we arrived!). Sag ...
... worn by Phar Lap in his last race that he also won before he died in 1932, in New Mexico. A syndicate was formed to bring the body back to Australia and on that committee was James Robinson from Gundagai. Each member received a momento and he was given the saddlecloth. Something else caught my eye and that was the grocery reminder! Why did these become obsolete? I could use one of those! (see photos) We went for a walk up and down the main street (can't say we aren't ...
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