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... daughter Jessica and her partner Daniel as well as my other children and eight other grandchildren.
I felt uncomfortable leaving Durban at this time. Barry and I were just starting to get really involved in some of our projects, even though these had been disrupted due to his wife’s illness. But relationships were steadily being formed at places like Inanda, Effingham and with some of our BEC contacts. But this trip had been planned ...
After doing copious amount of googling and refining we have finally gotten our gear organised. We have been doing some training although it seems hard to find time to get to the gym. I've stopped the grog, save a couple occasions, since Torquay which was early January, changed my diet and lost 9kgs. Sue has put us in ...
... to pay to ride the hop-on-hop-off bus in Melbourne. Thank god, capitalism is alive and well in Australia! Capitalism! Free and open competition! Hooey, capitalists hate competition and would do anything to eliminate their competitors. Take the diamond trade. We had a very interesting lecture by Laurie Wickwire, an “industry expert on all things diamond-related”. I won’t bore you with the rest of her credentials. ...
Today we woke up early and I went to a recruitment agency. This went well although it was just a registration to get on their books. They had me do a Word simulated test and a typing test. Turns out I'm a wizz at Word but **** at typing! Ahh well they seemed nice and said keep the mobile on and they'll be in touch with work. Then I had an interview in North Melbourne which was a waste of time as they just wanted to see my CV which was on ...
... and watching all the action in the square. As the sun went down we began to check out the displays. The first one was a number of hanging orbs which made an eery noise. You could stand in the middle of them and tap them and they would all light up a different colour. We had a heap of fun playing with this before we moved onto the next one, a luminescent flower garden. We stood in the middle of the (plastic) flowers, and held a hand over the control panel. The longer ...