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The first blog entry of Busymummy's life adventure is what has inspired me to download an app onto a borrowed iPad mini to start recording my experiences. Today I did my first 5K race for life. I did it with my 9 year old who I totally slowed down, she is much fitter than me! But the reason it is all so remarkable is that up until 4 weeks ago the only thing I ...
... with sore feet, but more because of the person on my left. As the crowds began to build, she began more and more to use me to lean on, and this took quite a bit of effort, trying to stay upright rather than lean away from her, which would have put similar pressure on the person on my right, which I was reluctant to do. More than a few times, I began to wonder if it was worth it.
By the time the ceremony started, the crowd was quite deep, reaching back to the ...
... our main course (fortunately we had ordered only one), so it was a pleasant surprise when our whole panfried mackerel, accompanied by a nice set of patatas bravas, showed up perfectly cooked. I mean, so perfect that it was hard to imagine it coming out of the same kitchen that conceived and executed the fennel abomination. Feeling a bit tired and not in the mood for any more surprises, we opted to skip pudding (I love this British term for dessert!!) and ...
... photos or videos 'cause ya know... It's not allowed in theatres so yeh. On a side note I now know the origin of the word pom. You know how the British sent their prisoners over? Some of the prisoners were from a prison called Milbank prison. They used to brand their prisoners so they could be identified as prisoners. Prisoner of Milbank was to long a word to burn in so they abbreviated it to P.O.M. When they were sent to Aus we started calling them poms. So there you go, the origin of ...
... windows, except the altar cloth which is bright green. Everything inside is trimmed in gold - the ceiling décor, the choir chairs, the altar, the pulpit, etc. The service itself was lovely. Most of it was just a choir singing, but holy choir! It was made up half of men and half of boys and they were really amazing. This one little blond boy with glasses, who couldn't have been more than 7, sang a solo that gave me chills. I saw ...
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