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... smartest and most successful adult you could think of. I had put on a mask, worked my ass off and mirrored the behavior of the successful people I knew.When I lost it all in one hellish week, I decided to stop feeling sorry for myself, pack my bag, get myself a pair of balls and be a stereotype 24-year old girl. Nothing special, nothing unique. Just a girl, trying to figure out what to do with herself.
For the first ...
... 8221; last year. He drove a
Mustang airplane in the Royal Air Force and was a lecturer on music
(and a musician) at the University of Queensland for decades. For
kicks, I Googled his name and address and it all checked out. He
holds a PhD in music studies and has a bunch of articles online.
Okay, it was appearing to be a legitimately good person wanting to
help me out. I'm not religious, but bless his heart. I arranged to
meet him at 9.00 on Saturday to help him help me. ...
... have chefs to make two meals (grilled salmon and chilli beef). Two women from the Air Force sat next to us. We chatted about Singapore; the F1 (they had gone on Saturday night but enjoyed Maroon 5 more than the F1); and the food on offer, particularly the desserts (the creme brûlée was judged the best)). Despite Patrick and I choosing seats (and him paying for the privilege we weren't seated next to each other). In seat 28K (a window seat :( ) I had ...
days, where I did that at least three times per day. I do miss that
part of it, the 'show-and-tell' element of animal handling and public
presentations. The cute little female koalas stubbornly hopped back
on the branch I was cleaning, so the staff had to pry them off and
move them about four times. I have figured out how to handle the
koalas, but seriously doubt I will be allowed to be trained. 20
hours, but I am a vollie and ...
... hitch. Unfortunately it didn't fit the car so it went on eBay and was replaced with a Mitsubishi one.
Final addition was a new Stereo, GPS, front and rear camera headset.
Next a caravan!
The choice is endless!! We started off wanting the fully Monty. Full van, en suite, dual axle etc.
After a few show rooms and the caravanning show, it became clear we'd be more comfortable with something simpler and easy ...