Scored a carton of John Boston pale ale to review for Social Soup just in time for Australia Day! I’m told it went down really well on the hotter than expected day we had. Have you heard about the AIME Mentoring project? AIME provides a dynamic educational Program that gives Indigenous high school students the […]
My Internets got connected! This means that I can Try to catch up on blog reading and posting from since Xmas Read lotsa news sites um… yeah. Hi!
Yes, I might not be able to get out of bed in the morning at the moment until my endone, paracetamol, and sheer willpower kick in, but I can get out of bed still. (and then I eat something so I can add anti-inflammatories and coffee to the mix) I am bruised and battered, my […]
Eating hospital food Taking opiates And feeling sore and sorry after a car accident on Saturday morning. All will be well. I’m just gonna be sore for a few weeks, and we’re down one car.
I get to drive around the city and country with people. I get to share in people’s interests. I get to take my model train set in to one house so it’s actually used and it will make one of the guys really happy. I get to “create” dinners from what I can find in […]
The Smith Family is one of my favourite Aussie charities – They provide mentoring, tutoring and school supplies for disadvantaged kids around the country, aiming to break the cycle of poverty and unemployment. Educational outcomes for children in Australia often reflect their personal backgrounds and circumstances rather than their potential. Many factors that influence how […]