Kirsten, Krysta and Teresa came back on the XPT. I drove to Broadmeadows Station and caught the train into the city. Surprisingly this only took an extra 40 minutes.
I immediately felt at home. The diversity of peoples on the train was refreshing. Though the train was a bit over crowded.
. . . → Read More: Return to Broadmeadows station
The girls traveled up to Sydney on the XPT. We spent the night before double checking the details. Kirsten had been told that there was regional rail track works and the trip from Southern Cross to Broadmeadows would be by bus and therefore we had to be at southern cross 40 minutes earlier . . . → Read More: Broadmeadows station
The bad weather started on Monday. It was late July before the first proper winter storm hit. It continued into Tuesday.
I had taken the day off. Kirsten had to go to the Supreme Court. Krysta had a dance exam.
In the morning Kirsten headed out in the car . . . → Read More: A day of near disasters and much frustration
One advantage of the girls going to singing lessons is that get a short recording session in the studio where they learn.
I didn’t end up having a party for my 50th mostly because I was in the middle of moving from Marrickville to Kalorama and it was just too hard.
We talked then of having a party when I was 51 and Kirsten 49 as it would be a be century. But . . . → Read More: 50th birthdays and House Warming
The getting of the skip has been quite a saga. It starts back when Holly and her family went to New Zealand at short notice. Her husband showed up with a trailer load of hard garbage. Rather than leave it at our place, they took it to the shed.
Of course, . . . → Read More: The getting of the skip.
Teresa was quite excited to be having a fifth birthday. Even though she gets presents all the time, the best part of having a birthday is the presents she gets.
The day of her actual birthday was the day that I normally have late meetings. So I did not get home . . . → Read More: Teresa’s fifth birthday
After finally putting the new tyres on Kirsten’s (my old Giant) bike and to remove the rear mudguard as the tyre were bigger, we rode down the only bike track in Monbulk into town for a Mother’s Day lunch.
One advantage of having the girls is that we can ride on . . . → Read More: Mother’s Day
The Sherbrooke Community School working bee was supposed to be the weekend before, but it was postponed a week, I am told because a meeting did not happen.
I ended up doing two working bees on weekend. The first working bee was at the Kallista Kindergarten. The day was overcast and . . . → Read More: Working bees
Went shopping for a new computer at J B HI FI and then had Szechuan chicken for lunch at China Red.