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#522 Kinder days no. 4

“Hooray!” shouted every single parent that existed, at the beginning of this week as term 3 commenced. “Hooray!”

I was one of them. I love baby girl, yet I also love my ‘me time,’ and was looking forward to spending time on my own-some once again. 313 more words


#520 Coffee time with my girl

“Out,” she said. “Go out.”

I could have quite happily stayed at home and put on the coffee machine: but alas, I listened to my daughter, and decided to make her happy on this occasionally grey day. 209 more words


1999 Travels September 9


We had established, via some phone calls  yesterday, that we would be able to take the Truck and van across Port Phillip Bay on the ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento, and that the first one left at 7am. 420 more words

1999 Travels

The Mornington Tragedy

Australians love their sport and without wanting to cause too much debate, Australian Rules football or Aussie Rules draws the largest crowds. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries it was the glue that held communities together and even today small towns across the country only survive through the camaraderie of the local footy club. 192 more words


Late Mail Australia for Monday 12 June

After a highly successful last week including Mansab 70/1 into 20/1, Funny Buddies 20/1 and Chocante 20/1 we look to continue the winning run early into the new week with another session of Late Mail for Australian racing on Monday. 416 more words


Five Things About ... Mornington's Sorachi Kolsch

1) Of all the beers on the shelves at Dan Murphy’s, I reckon the one that most infuriates people new to the craft beer scene is Mornington’s Sorachi Kolsch. 352 more words

Beer Of The Week

#474 A fresh bag of beans

Coffee beans, to be exact.

(Sometimes I wonder why I didn’t name this blog ‘carcrashcoffee,’ or ‘coffeecrashgratitude’?)

Yes, I write about coffee, a lot. About the way it makes me feel. 299 more words