Willa noticed this sign on the Perth subway train: Everyone on this train is different, with a different life, a different story. Just like you. But you’re all here together, sharing the ride. That means you need to think about each other for a … [Continue reading] about Show your good side.
Oh hello Frustration, AKA second stage of culture shock. There you are, you scheming, handsome devil. Welcome to our home. Would you like a glass of wine? No? Is that because there’s a COCKROACH THE SIZE OF A FUN-SIZE SNICKERS BAR ON THE EDGE OF YOUR … [Continue reading] about Second Stage?
Last Friday morning, I called Nigel, the man in Perth who will rent you a piano and deliver it to your house the same day. We had a piano by 2:30 that afternoon. It is difficult for me to say this, and probably even more difficult for Dave to hear … [Continue reading] about Nigel the Piano Man
So I had a bit of a breakdown last night. After a dinner of pesto, salad with Simone’s Famous Dressing, and Tim Tams, the girls went to bed around 7:30pm and Dave and I plopped down on our TEMPORARY couch to begin working towards our goal of watching … [Continue reading] about The Break down of the Breakdown
Uniforms. Sunblock and uniform hats are required for recess. “No hat, no play.” Swim lessons are part of the curriculum. Simone has a swim lesson every day for two weeks. Willa will have her swim lessons next month. The after school program is … [Continue reading] about Signs that we are in an Australian public school