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That is great. Shay just had her art at the same Zart Art place for all of term 3. So glad Sophies was selected. That is great. Congrats Sophie!
Toggle Commented Sep 27, 2011 on Term Three Holidays at The Plunge Down Under
Oh that is no fun. Glad that he was able to play in a match like that though. Also glad that the feelings went back to good after a trip to Macca's.
Your post is brilliant. Love it, and can't find fault with any of it. All sound advice. As further info about Melbourne, check out this ad for Melbourne. Everything Melbourne in 30 seconds.
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2011 on Notes From the First Year at The Plunge Down Under
So glad you guys made it back to USA safely. We hope you enjoy your time there before heading back home to Australia. :-)
Toggle Commented Jul 3, 2011 on Stateside at The Plunge Down Under
We looked for you on TV in the 30 minutes before the race that we watched until the cup was handed out. Never saw you. As I was reading your blog and looking at the pictures I was afraid you were not going to post a pic of the two of you. You two look great. Thanks for the pics and the detail of the day.
I am so 3 years here I have yet to see a Koala in the wild. That is great. I am so glad you had some time in the bush.
Toggle Commented Oct 22, 2010 on Out in the Bush at The Plunge Down Under
Wow those pictures are absolutely beautiful. Love each of the kids in the flowers. We so need to go there sometime!
Toggle Commented Oct 10, 2010 on Dutch Tulip Festival at The Plunge Down Under
How precious! Love the cake and the story.
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2010 on Someone Turns Four at The Plunge Down Under
I don't think you have to worry about it "going off" during your time here. I think Vegemite's shelf life is only surpassed by the good ol' American Twinkie. :-)
Toggle Commented Sep 1, 2010 on Vegemite Anyone? at The Plunge Down Under
I know for an American it is hard to understand that the Macadamia is NOT native to Hawaii but is actually an Australian native nut. It is the only Australian native food to be internationally exported and known in any quantity. Those of us in the house that can eat nuts very much enjoy them. Love the pics.
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2010 on A Trip to the Grocery Store at The Plunge Down Under
Karlissa has learned how to make a pavlova....very nice indeed. One of the best Aussie desserts and it isn't chocolate. Crystal says she will come very soon if you take her to Trampoline. :-) Actually just call her tomorrow to check schedules for the week.
I would comment on the water...Must be a leak or like you said someone taking from an outside tap...Our household of 7 consumes the water for a household of 3-4 according to the bill. Have you found the cause yet?
Toggle Commented Aug 12, 2010 on Winter Returns at The Plunge Down Under
Haven't read all of your posts yet....Did you explain that "Smarties" in Australia were a competitor and similar to M&M's, not the small sweet tart candies that are sold by the same name in the USA?
Toggle Commented Aug 12, 2010 on Drive In Coffee at The Plunge Down Under
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Aug 12, 2010