Hey Maxi, my girl had a great awards night last night. She was on such a high. She actually got more than she bargained for. She ruled the roost, so to speak. Her main award was called the All-rounder award. She now has the status she deserves. She also received one the highest music award (for her imput into the school band, playing the french horn) She played at both campuses - Junior and Senior. Even though she is only a junior. She won the arts award and of course her Scholarship award. I don't know Max. I am beside myself. I could only dream of this sort of persistance, intelligence and most of all discipline. She has everything I wished I had as a child and I couldn't be more proud of her, than I am now. Today my son is at her school for orientation. She is there helping the school. She could be home having fun. But would rather be there. What a character?
You and me both, baby. Thanks once again for your concern.
I'm not sure about these fires, but the ones last year, were purposely lit. And I tell you what if they get a hold of the person who did them, by God, the public are not going to go easy on them. I mean it's sad enough to lose you home, but when you lose family and friends... That's devastating.
Thanks for your concern Maxi, but the fires are nowhere near us. We are kind of at the bottom of Melbourne. Golly, though. I don't mind saying I am sick of all these fires. Last year's fires were pretty close to us, the winds brushed them the other way. We knew friends and homes that perished in those ones and boy that was traumatic. So thanks once again for your concern.
Hey Maxi, just posted a new blog entry about dusts storms... Check it out when you get chance. Have a good laugh.
How'd you know I must go... Bye
Thanks for your pic messages. They were the fun years.
Hey Maxi, when you get a chance, check out some of my ex-ballroom and ex-Halloween days, in my Honey photoalbum... Long time ago... Memories...
Hey Maxi, Thank you for your trust and vote of confidence.
Hey Sir, I said in the 'quote thread' I wrote a novel, I never said it was published... I can only wish. Actually still editing it as we speak. I jump in and out of Litnet, whilst editing. Gives my brain a rest... Well what's left of it anyway. Actually I have my son reading it at the moment. It's good, as he finds the 'and's if's and but's' missing and the book is aimed at his age group. (he's 11) So he would be a great critic.