After Glenrowan we headed further down to Geelong to help Bek celebrate turning 40. Birthday's mean a lot to her now as she defeated breast cancer. Instead of asking for gifts she asked her and friends and family to donate to Love Your Sister and she raised over $1000. The week after the party we... Continue Reading →
we watched Jeremy perform as Captain James Cook, a Convict, Banjo Patterson and many more. I was so impressed with the show and Jeremy was amazing.
When we first entered the cave I was a bit nervous because it was dark, cold and cramped. The tour guide let me lead the group with the torch
Then we moved onto the Hunter Valley. The first thing I noticed was the fields and fields of grapevines. When we arrived at The Convent I thought this place is so posh!
Our maiden voyage is to the Hunter Valley to celebrate the wedding of two of my closest friends. Then we'll go where ever the wind blows us.
It's been hectic to say the least but it's all so close. In the last month or two we have gone through the process of selling our home, packing up, moving in with my sister and squeezing all my belongings into her home which felt a bit like a huge game of tetris
I have been dreaming and planning our lap of Oz for over a year now. I am very much looking forward to doing what I want in life and seeing Australia on my terms!
Harley is now officially being home schooled and it's going great. We haven't killed each other and he doesn't hate me yet!!!
This topic is something that comes up in forums and facebook groups almost weekly. Were do we start? What do we do? Each option works perfectly fine for different families situations. Are great page to follow is http://www.homeschoolingdownunder.com So what were the options: Distance Education Distance education follows the curriculum and your child is regarded... Continue Reading →