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Monday, March 15, 2010

Home again, home again jiggerty jig!

How much washing does one weekend away create?

Five loads people, five!

What is it, that going away from your home for two nights creates huge amounts of washing?
The washing is done and sitting in the folder's room now waiting for the job to be done. That narrows it down doesn't it? Isn't Tom, can't be Kylie......

Well it was very nice to get away for the weekend. No phone, no computers, no TV (not that we watch much), just swinging in the hammock, sitting by the campfire, drinking cups of tea, listening to the birds and being outside.

I always feel well when we go camping. Things that bug me (pain) when I'm at home, miraculously fade into the distance when I'm away camping.

What is that?

Anyway, home again and back into the week. Tom is here for Tafe for three days, Kaity is back from her Nursing Prac and there's only one spare seat at the table. You all know who that belongs to. We'll have to wait for June for the seat to be filled for a little while.

We are looking forward to our good friends who we lived close to in Bourke and Condobolin visiting us this next weekend. They will stay here Friday and Sunday nights, and we are going camping together Saturday night, two hours away at a mutual friends 40th birthday party. A bushdance! We always enjoy spending time together and our kids love them aswell, which is nice.

And then the weekend after that, we have a flying (driving actually) visit to make to QLD for Ken's nephew's wedding. Drive up one day, wedding next, drive back the next. 1000kms each way!!!!! But I also get to see my Mum and Dad and hopefully my brothers and nieces.

Busy time around here for the next little while.......


  1. Five loads? Five?

    Wasn't me......................

  2. 5 Loads Wasn't me, I'm lucky to even change my jocks when I'm camping. But don't tell anyone.

  3. Oh, to have a lovely weekend like that, just relaxing and drinking tea. Five loads - well that's not much really if you divide it by three days. The washing is never done is it.