The Kids

The Kids
Simple Pleasures in Life!

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Woops! Missed this one.

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Humour continued...


....and NO, I am not sexist!!! its just funny.
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Some light humour!!




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Boys will be boys!!!

Today I was fortunate enough to take Lizzie to her friend's birthday party at the PCYC.
After watching the girls jumping and bouncing and having great fun, I got a little envious.
So I asked if I could have a turn and is it strong enough for adults. It was...but only just.
High school days revisited.
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Thursday, October 9, 2008


Some say I look better like this.... I don't think so.
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Friday, October 3, 2008

Upper Blessington


This is what teaching is all about!!
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Water Testing


Is this a science trip or what?
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Echidna


This little fella wasn't too happy with the extra attention at Corra Linn.
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On Excursion


On my way to Upper Blessington.
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Friday, September 12, 2008

In Happier Times!


As I searched through the many photos I have stored on my computer, I came across this one. The family in happier times. Time stands still for no man.
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The many faces of me!




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Monday, September 8, 2008

Wineglass Bay


...and I caught the ball!!

'Pardon Me!'

I'm thinking the guy on the left let one rip!!!

Saturday, August 16, 2008

I Feel Inspired

It is hard to believe that this was over 35 years ago but the story starts here. My desire to serve. I had many wonderful Primary teachers at church that I truly believe loved me. Sister Carol, Sister Lewis and Miffy (pictured below). Here she sits outside the meetinghouse with her primary class. I am the boy with the dark brown jumper.


Saturday, May 17, 2008

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Not only a nice guy but he fixes cars too!!!


Lizzie has the camera again!!


Our Thai Buddy


Our Thai Buddy. Gap visited with us for 2 weeks as part of an exchange program. It was wonderful having him in the family. He was very well mannered and a delight to look after.