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... for this holiday, I've been writing a wedding ceremony. It was a lovely juxtaposition to the rush and function of all the tasks on the "to do" list and really helped set the tone regarding what's most important in life as we start this adventure. So I start with love, gratefulness and generosity. I feel blessed and excited for what the next 8 weeks will bring. (David may need to read this ...
... at Shelburne Farms, and how Lone Pine has changed over the
years. It was great having time to talk. I ordered the pumpkin and
sage ravioli with a cream sauce, hearty veggies and a cream sauce
with a side garden salad. Yum!
But, before then I had gone to walk to
the Commonwealth Bank to deposit the whack of cash the other vollies
gave me for the Gold Coast trip. It was about $270. I had a great
walk, but discovered that I had left the cash at home stupidly when ...
... and stood on the sheep to keep them pressured and
still. Daniel the shearer took over and gave a rather sparse
demonstration. He did it quickly, but didn't really tell any stories
or cool facts like Jeff the other Aussie on Wednesday had done. Gus
the 7 year-old ram was there this time, though! He is a peach! I gave
his wrinkly neck and tightly-knit head wool a good rub. He stood
there enjoying it.
That took us to about 16.30. ...
... By this time tomorrow, we would be playing in the snow on Mount Buller! It would be their first time to see and experience snow, and we couldn't wait! Our kids: E who is 10yrs, R who is 8yrs, and K who is 5yrs.
DH and I packed the car carefully. We had 21 hours of driving (1600 km to get there) ahead of us and we wanted to be organised. At around 5:30pm, we headed off for a quick dinner at our local Hungry Jacks, and then were out on the road at 6pm. DH and ...
... green space is in the Brisbane central business district. These are the city's most mature gardens and contain many rare and unusual plant species. The gardens' horticultural history stretches back to 1828 and has been a main public park of Brisbane since the 1840s.
Roma Street ...