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... winded through the mountains reminded us of Northern France only difference being at the end of these highways was a coast line that took our breath away. Stanwell Park was were we started out coastal drive. We stopped at the look out and took it all in. The smell of the Pacific Ocean was familiar and welcomed. Hang-gliding is apparently the thing to do along the southern coast, we noticed throughout the cliffs and beaches were signs reading: ...
... when I was fixing the salad and looked at me as if to say "but I haven't eaten at all".
The look on his face while we at was painful to see ... I thought he was going to cry !! But he's had his food and his "4*2" biscuits ... I guess a Lab doesn't have that switch in his brain that says "I'm full".
Let's talk about the cats ...
After dinner there wasn't much on TV - well nothing during the non ratings ...
Yay ... a good night's sleep
I had slept in my own bed with three confused Burmese. I slept in and eventually made it downstairs where Doug was keeping Elroy company.
When Doug came upstairs, Elroy barked again but we ordered him outside and outside he went and up the back steps ... such a clever boy !
Doug said he took Elroy for a walk in the morning which both seemed to really enjoy ...
... and Libby , made the arrival of Lexie very special. Julie did the delivery demo and assisted me to make my first vegetable stock from scratch .. So easy ... And then Libby did her first demo and it was fantastic , she is a natural and we had a ball and ate so much beautiful food. Lexie worked her magic and at one stage we had a kitchen full of people including my two beautiful children who were actually talking to each other ...
... remind myself "Nothing worth doing ever makes you feel safe." I just have to keep reminding myself. Jenna still has tons of schoolwork to do, so we head yo the library and I despair on ever seeing my parents via skype, cause I can't call. I try and research car relocations, while Jenna works on school, and it's a quiet night in Wollongong, where I get to meet many of her friends in Oz and learn about the joys of dumpster diving and we laugh about ...
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