Thursday, October 14, 2004


No, I'm not talking about the song they play at some of the Dragon's matches, but infact the 37 degree heat up here in Gloucester! Even Sydney copped it yesterday.

This morning I helped out at my Church's Playtime Group. It wasn't too bad - the kids were too tired from the heat to squeal and shreek at the top of their lungs. Quite a good group, and the mums are friendly.

I have been thinking recently about how much I used to take for granted. Just simple things like taking myself off on little (ha!) trips around the countryside are a non event now (both with my tiredness and the price of petrol (you are lucky if you can get unleaded in Gloucester/Taree/Forster for under 114c per litre!) makes it prohibitable). I am actually getting around to doing things that I have put on the backburner for a while.

Anyway, not the world's most exciting post today, so feel free to email me with suggestions on how to make it better!


Julie said...

Wanna swap some weather? It's getting greyer every day here, and colder and wetter. I still think that if we could figure out a way to get the excess water from Ithaca to Australia we'd be rich :D

As for "not so exciting" blog posts, I read your blog to keep up with what's happening in your life - details are good, even if all the action happened in Gloucester. Hey, I'm a small town girl myself. I haven't left Ithaca (about as big as the Shire) since Andy and Fiona were here!

Kathryn said...

The Shire... why did you have to mention the Shire? I have been doing so well in my Shire Detachment programme lately and scored well in the Miranda Fair Separation section...

Seriously, about the weather, if we got you, Andrew, and Ian's Dad together I am sure we could come up with something!

Good to hear from you mate. Kath xo