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... in fear from the gregarious group dominating the action at this otherwise entirely placid home away from home. It then dawned on me that I was sick of being a cowardly milksop so I did a sharp U turn, stripped to my fabulous bikini and sauntered into the pool with the greatest insouciance I could muster.
Oh to dream.
I got stuck at the gate. Incapable of working out the handle, I ended up peering ...
Early start today. Off to visit the church were I did my course, Macquarie Life Church. Great service, (a bit different to our visit to the little Anglian church the week before), this time a congregation of about 400 and the service and worship time was very similar to Cornerstone ( a little louder) but great to give praise and ...
... I'm still wondering what that dear old lady thought of us all! When we got home we were greeted by Penny and Wayne's son, TJ and his wife Eliza and baby Coralie who had come from Newcastle for a visit. We hadn't seen TJ for many years and years, so it was lovely to catch up with him again and to meet his family. I especially loved all the baby cuddles I got! When it got close to sunset, the rain had finished, so Wayne drove us ...
... job. I gave Gordon a hug before I left.
I knew I was going to work at a horse stable and I knew that my boss' friend was there to pick up a horse, so I was expecting like a truck of some sort, but he came in an ute (which I didn't know was called an ute at the time)!! I've seen those cars around all over Australia and they seemed cool, like a low rise pickup truck but made to look more sporty and I've always wanted to sit in one of those and now I got to! On the way ...
... south of Sydney. February 19th we picked up Margaret's Mum from Newcastle airport. Flight was late leaving Melbourne and even later arriving as there was heavy rain as the plane was about to touch down and the pilot aborted the landing and did a go-around which took an extra ten minutes.
During the two weeks before leaving for Sydney we did a couple of trips to Singleton so that Gladys could spend some time with Brian and Wendy. We also stayed over ...