Category Archives: A day in my life

A video of around here…

A video of around here…

Remember when I said I wanted to make a little video because I was so inspired by Tahnee’s webinar chat? Well, here’s my very amateurish attempt! I’ll keep practicing! It was very easy though. It doesn’t take much to learn how to use iMovie or Window’s Movie Maker (which is what I used). I justCONTINUE READING…

My little people in action

My little people in action

This is how I spend every single weekend. Saturday and Sunday. They play Rugby League (preferred sport by me!) and AFL. Plus the eldest has rep thrown in there. I never ever miss a game (unless I am away!). I love it more than them I think. Footy is very social too. Some of myCONTINUE READING…

Still on the road to somewhere

Still on the road to somewhere

Today I am in Melbourne at St Vincent’s Hospital for another opinion and check up from a gastro doctor and a surgeon. At Easter this year I was septic again (3rd time in 12 months) so my Doctor is a little worried about this happening too often so I’m seeing the big guns today inCONTINUE READING…

They were the toughest days

They were the toughest days

I ran in to my old day-care-mum last week. I haven’t seen her in a while and we were chatting to each other about the kids. Her girls are all grown up and have left home (they were in high school when my boys used to be in her care). It’s nice to see someoneCONTINUE READING…

Out of the house

Out of the house

I had to get out of the house yesterday so I took a little walk with the boys up in the hills near my house. My skin graft went well, but it’s not been pretty! The graft behind my ear was pretty painful! The site of the BCC wasn’t too painful but it doesn’t lookCONTINUE READING…

Since when did school sport become so soft?

Since when did school sport become so soft?

I have 3 boys and they are wild and funny and free. And I’ve allowed them to be! We play a lot of sport. Rugby League, AFL, touch footy, cricket and whatever else they ask for. I will never say no to sport! Afterall, that’s what I need to do with my boys – keep themCONTINUE READING…