Month: November 2012

365 Grateful – Day 68

Summer officially starts in Australia tomorrow – 1 December – but it is hot already! I’m very grateful that we have ducted airconditioning!  It makes life in sweltering Brisbane, Queensland so much more comfortable!

Learn to dance in the rain!

I like this quote because it is a great lesson to apply to LIFE.   Life is full of storms.  You may have heard the saying “life is like a rollercoaster ride”.  In other words, whilst there are lots of happy and good times in life, there are also […]

365 Grateful – Day 66

I’m grateful for toilet paper rolls! Toilet paper rolls have proved useful before – for various crafts when my children were little.  I used to save and collect them for craft use at home and to donate to kindy and preschool! All these years later and we are […]

365 Grateful – Day 65

Tonight I will be very grateful to get some sleep!! My first night with our new puppy Ava went well for a first night in a new home for a little pup….but my sleep was interrupted at 1am and again at 5am and I’m a little out of […]

365 Grateful – Day 64

I’m so grateful that Ava has arrived safely to me here in Brisbane! It was a very early start and a big day for such a little puppy.  She flew to us from Sydney.  We are all so happy she is here safely and settling in very well.  […]

365 Grateful – Day 63

I’m grateful that I live in a location where I have the opportunity to occasionally go to the theatre!   Today I went with MissM, my mother and one of my sisters to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) to see ‘A Chorus Line‘.  It was fabulous!  We […]

365 Grateful – Day 62

I am very grateful that MissM is home safely from schoolies!  Yippee!  Even if it means that my smugness at having all my washing up to date was short-lived.  I now have piles and piles of post-schoolies washing!   The first load has been hung out, the second load […]

365 Grateful – Day 61

For my 365 Grateful – Day 8 photo, I was grateful for my feet. Today, I am very grateful for my hands! Without my hands, I wouldn’t be able to do so many things.  I wouldn’t be able to hug my kids, my husband, my family, my friends!  […]