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The every growing list is getting ticked off and we're finally starting to feel ready. All the apprehension is turning into excitement with only a few days until we head off on our adventure. But what if..... The kids fight the whole time? We get sick of each other? The car breaks down? The dogs get sick? We miss the comfort of home, family, and friends? There's no food at our camping destinations? There's no fuel at our ...
Another week has flown by with nothing overly exciting happening. I had my first appraisal at work, and things are going well on that front. They had nothing bad to say, so that is always great to hear. We got to go out for lunch that day too, so that is always nice! I also had my first client in the pool. I am definitely going to love doing the aquatic physiotherapy a few times a week.
I had a pretty good, laid back weekend. Friday night I managed to ...
After a flight from Singapore, where the temperature the day before was 37 degrees, we landed just as the sun was coming up, to a temperature of 9 degrees, and it was freezing! We got the Melbourne skybus to our hostel and checked straight in, where we slept for the morning before getting up to walk around the city. We went straight to mcdonalds to ...
... as a person seeing the Taj Mahal, compared to spending the night with someone really interesting who actually works at the Taj Mahal?" - Martine Monksfield.
(I typed Laverty at first. Why do I still have a hard time accepting that you're married - it's been three years! I should be used to it by now!!!)
She has a valid point though.
It doesn't matter where I go, as long as I'm happy?
I'm currently reading a book ...
... we met up with the girls and Lauren and I went on to visit the main church and the Old Melbourne Treasury. The church in particular was an impressive Victorian building inside and out. This evening we went out for a curry with Tom meeting up with us for the last time. Like the Italian place last night you could bring your own wine so that helped to get us inebriated and also keep the cost down. ...