.....we have Nurdles! Lots and lots of these little suckers that have entered our ocean and are washing up on our beaches. The clean up is huge, many many hands are needed and child labour is essential. So if you live in my area, Warrnambool, South West Victoria, pop over to Good Will Nurdle Hunting Facebook Page and offer your time.
Sunday, December 3, 2017
Thursday, November 9, 2017
So.....you have a friend that is transitioning to NDIS?
How are they looking? Wearing the same clothes as last week, not showering, bags under the eyes, look like they have been balling their eyes out?
How is the conversation? Getting blank stares, non responsive, seem confused, can't concentrate, don't seem to care about what your saying?
Please give them a hug, cook them a casserole, offer to go for a walk, don't expect conversation, don't tell them "I don't know how you do it" just shut up and be there.
My suggestion.........bring party pack.....grog would be good.....LOTS OF IT. (This coming from a 12 year sober person....gee...I.....miss....the....BOOZ!)
If anyone has a spare holiday house that is not being used, please fling me the keys. After this shit is over, I have a date with a handsome cowboy and a block of the cheapest finest god dam chocolate I can afford.
Friday, September 15, 2017
One of the biggest problems with living in the bush is the crap at the back porch. The dog, the kids, the balls, the bats, the mud and the BOOTS! It’s the dumping ground for all. I new that I couldn't paint yellow walls where the dog sleeps, I new that the walls would be bashed around with hockey sticks and footballs. So I got to thinking..........with no money (I was thinking some more).......then I found it. The stash of fence palings up the top shed! Done....you bloody beauty!
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Thursday, December 1, 2016
When one is beginning to feel the effects of the children's gastroenteritis, one must fling out into the garden and pick the nicest bunch of flora one can find, so that one has something lovely to look at while ones head is in the bucket.