Tuesday, 17 May 2022



Hello Tuesday, hello world, this Tuesday we are looking at the good old red kangaroo.

A red kangaroo can hop 13 metres in one jump that is as long as some buses. A kangaroo has very strong and powerful legs that act like springs and a big tail which helps them balance. When they get going they can move bloody fast.

Red kangaroos are the largest species of kangaroo. Often found on the open plains of inland Australia and can live on very little water. Males appear maroon with a white face and belly in colour. Females are bluish grey in colour and are smaller and faster than the males.

Male Red Kangaroos mature at about 2 years of age, and females when they are from 15 to 20 months old. Red Kangaroos can live for up to 20 years in the wild.

They have a gestation period of just 33days after born they spend 1yr in the mothers pouch. A mother kangaroo can produce milk of two different types to feed different babies at the same time. One that has emerged from the pouch but is still nursing and a newborn.

Females are called a doe, flyer, jill or roo, males are bucks, boomer, a jack or old man.

They cannot walk/jump backwards.

Monday, 16 May 2022



Good morning all here we are at another Monday so here are some facts.

Two hundred years ago pregnant women in France were told to look at nice things in order to have pretty babies.

They were also expected to dwell on lovely thoughts and to read slushy books with happy endings. Also to avoid looking at bears and other zoo animals at all costs.

In the 1600's a hospital in Louvain, France they refused to hire ugly doctors just in case it caused an ugly baby.

In the 1600's anyone in Turkey caught drinking coffee was condemned to death by law.

Once in China the Beijing Duck Restaurant could seat 9,000 people at one time.

Sunday, 15 May 2022

WEEK 19 OF 2022


What a stinking time I had yesterday arvo and up to 7.45pm when I was finally able to settle down enough to go to sleep. I tried listening to my book which I did but in restless couldn't stay still way. I manged in the end to sleep till 4am when I got up to pee and then I settle down till 6.15 when I got up for the day. Tim was very frustrated when I couldn't settle yesterday, he ended up yelling that he didn't know what I wanted, I snapped back how did he think I felt.

Had to call Tasha down to apply Deep Heat into my knee and change my pants.

Got a lovely Mother's Day text from Kelli and Dave.

At 1.10pm Kathy rang to see how my day has been, while I was on the phone to her, Tash & Jess turned up with Mother's Day gifts a large tray of danishes and beautiful grey weighted throw rug which I love.

Had a damn good night settled without issue and woke at 3.40am feeling unwell so I got up and had some dry crackers followed by the cheese that went with them and went back to bed till 6.10am.

I was still having my morning wash when Kathy rang, Tasha got tired of waiting so she went for her walk and was just returning home when I rang her.

Saw Kelli and Freya while they were here seeing Jess and received a nice gift for Mother's Day.

Very unsettled this afternoon hope I am able to settled at bedtime.

Another decent sleep awake at 4.30am after a good 8hrs sleep. Managed to dose on and off till 5.20am.

Went to print yesterday's diary entry and got a damn paper jam took me 15 minutes to clear it enough so it prints, still a little bit of paper jammed but it printed so I am happy.

A wet day, it started to bucket down at 7.50am so I wasn't able to go up with Leo.

Had a house inspection didn't know it was happening expect the letter is still in the letter box Tasha hasn't checked.

Had a pretty good night but have been awake since 4.20 and up since 4.45am as my body was shaking a bloody lot and I felt more or less awake.

Another wet start to the day so no going up with Leo.

Started writing a letter to a pen pal, I now have a small pile to answer.

Not a good afternoon.

Had a so so nights sleep and was awake at 4.30 again. Another wet day.

Had a message on FB from a pen friend letting me know another pen friend had a heart attack a week ago and was in hospital in a coma for a bit but is awake now but she has no short term memory at this stage. I have been writing to her for 20 odd years.

Sandy called in this afternoon just to see me and it was great seeing her.

Wrote a few letters still more to do.

Been up since 5am awake since 4.10am and have to say after a couple of weeks with no sweating it is back, which is why I found it difficult to stay in bed.

Kathy arrived at 10.30 and gave me a shower and dressed me to go out for lunch at the Eastern Tiger with her and Summer as well as Tasha. Jessica had to work and Leo didn't want to come.

Lunch was good but I needed help to cut my food and to go to the toilet.

Wednesday, 11 May 2022



Limericks By Edward Lear

Edward LearBy  More Edward Lear

There was an Old Man with a beard,
Who said, 'It is just as I feared!
Two Owls and a Hen,
Four Larks and a Wren,
Have all built their nests in my beard!'

There was an Old Person of Ischia,
Whose conduct grew friskier and friskier;
He dance hornpipes and jigs,
And ate thousands of figs,
That lively Old Person of Ischia.

There was an Old Man in a boat,
Who said, 'I'm afloat, I'm afloat!'
When they said, 'No! you ain't!'
He was ready to faint,
That unhappy Old Man in a boat.

There was a Young Lady of Hull,
Who was chased by a virulent bull;
But she seized on a spade,
And called out, 'Who's afraid?'
Which distracted that virulent bull.

There was an Old Person of Ems,
Who casually fell in the Thames;
And when he was found
They said he was drowned,
That unlucky Old Person of Ems.

There was an Old Man who said, 'Hush!
I perceive a young bird in this bush!'
When they said, 'Is it small?'
He replied, 'Not at all!
It is four times as big as the bush!'

There was a Young Lady of Russia,
Who screamed so that no one could hush her;
Her screams were extreme,
No one heard such a scream,
As was screamed by that lady of Russia.

There was an Old Person of Ewell,
Who chiefly subsisted on gruel;
But to make it more nice
He inserted some mice,
Which refreshed that Old Person of Ewell.

There was an old man in a tree,
Whose whiskers were lovely to see;
   But the birds of the air,
   Pluck'd them perfectly bare,
To make themselves nests on that tree.

There is a Young Lady whose nose
Continually prospers and grows;
When it grew out of sight,
she exclaimed in a fright,
"Oh! Farewell to the end of my nose!"

There was an Old Person of Dean,
Who dined on one pea and one bean;
For he said,
"More than that would make me too fat,"
That cautious Old Person of Dean.

There was an Old Person of Dover,
Who rushed through a field of blue Clover;
But some very large bees,
Stung his nose and his knees,
So he very soon went back to Dover.

There was an Old Man of Peru,
Who watched his wife making a stew;
But once by mistake,
In a stove she did bake,
That unfortunate Man of Peru.

There was a Young Lady whose bonnet,
Came untied when the birds sate upon it;
But she said: 'I don't care!
All the birds in the air
Are welcome to sit on my bonnet!'

Source: https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/limericks-by-edward-lear

Tuesday, 10 May 2022



Have you head of the Sugar Glider well that is this weeks extreme creature.

It is an adorable little animal that lives in trees in forests across Australia. It has a very clever way of getting around from tree to tree instead of climbing it glides.

It has a special furry membrane, like a cloak which is attached to its wrists and ankles. When it wants to glide it launches itself from a tree branch, spreads its arms and legs out wide and floats through the air using its big tail to steer. It can glide up to 100 metres.

The sugar glider is a small, omnivorous, arboreal, and nocturnal gliding possum belonging to the marsupial infraclass. The common name refers to its predilection for sugary foods such as sap and nectar and its ability to glide through the air, much like a flying squirrel.

Monday, 9 May 2022



Hello world, Monday again which means some facts to be shared here.

The daily heat output of the average man would boil 30 litres of freezing water.

A 1,200 pound horse eats about seven times its own weight each year.

Men laugh longer, more loudly and more often than women

Ocean waves will travel thousands of kilometres, if there is no land in the way to stop them.

One million seconds is equal to 11 days, 13 hours, 46 minutes and 40 seconds.

Sunday, 8 May 2022

WEEK 18 OF 2022


Had a rough start to the night couldn't settle for ages only dozing on and off for hours. I was rightly pissed off with Tim and his “just settle down will you” attitude.

Kathy arrived around 10.30 on her own. Sydney-May is at a friends and Summer is at home with her dad.

She gave me and shave a shower and dressed me in what I will wear tomorrow, which I will sleep in.

Saw Kelli and Issy this afternoon along with Jess after Kel dropped off Blain. Kelli put me to bed.

Start of a new week and as of yesterday afternoon Leo isn't going to school due to his driver having Covid and no one to take over the run. It may change in the next couple of hours, we will see. It didn't change.

Jess took Leo to EB Games to spend the $150 he had in gift cards.

I had a good day managed to stay out of bed for an extra hour before going and listening to my book.

It is Tuesday and I had a good nights sleep waking at 5.15 this morning.

Leo really wants to go to school so Papa is going to drive him and Tasha will pick him up this arvo.

Tasha didn't feel like she had the time to take me to optometrist so I said ok you call and let them know but she didn't I got a text from him saying I missed my appointment. Tim rang and told them I was unwell and apologised.

Had another good night although it took me a couple of hours to settle down, once I did I slept for 9hrs.

No school today there is a teachers strike.

Blain going fishing with his dad this is a first hope he has a good time and enjoys it.

Leo spent some time with Emma so he was happy.

Had a decent enough sleep, been awake since 4.11am woke to pee and couldn't settle after. So got up I had over 6hrs straight sleep.

Leo came down and had some milk before going out somewhere, no idea where he has gone.

Turns out Leo went with his mum while she drives a bunch of old ladies around.

Another good night woke around 10.45 to pee and spent 15 minutes talking to Tim before going back to bed and back to sleep.

Leo has school today as his driver should be good to drive him.

Leo's driver forgot about him, when we rang he said he had message saying that Leo wasn't going. Tasha is super pissed as is Jess.

Jess will drive him when she gets home.

Overall a good day.

Had a rough start to last night very unsettled but once I did manage to settle down I slept for between 7-8hrs.

Tim was going to take me out for lunch but Tasha suggested we do it next Saturday when all our girls can go as well, so we are going to do that.

Tim and I drove over to Sandy's place to drop off some things and then we drove past Mum & Dad's old house before running Dave then coming home after Tim going to the chemist.

Kathy and the girls arrived around 1pm and she was in a mood but she did vacuumed and shower me and they gave me a Mother's Day present. A new throw rug to go over my armchair and some hand towels and face washers. Stuff I needed.

Thursday, 5 May 2022



Well last night I started another book as I do every few days, this one is about a convict named James Porter. Who was born in 1805 and was convicted in 1823 for housebreaking and received a life sentence to Van Deimen's Land now called Tasmania. His gaol remote says he is of bad character and badly behaved.

What the hell did this joker do of note you ask, well in 1834 he along with nine other convicts hijacked the brig/ship The Frederick and used it to escape to Chile. Where they lived freely for two years, although four of them were later recaptured and returned to Australia. Luck was on their side as they escaped the noose through a legal technicality.

Four of the convicts were former sailors, and had been sent to Sarah Island (a prison colony within the larger prison colony of Van Diemen's Land) because of their history of previous failed escape attempts. Among them was Londoner James Porter, a former whaler who had previously lived in Chile and left a wife and child there, before returning to England and then being transported to Australia for the theft of silks.[2]

On January 14, 1834, ten of the convicts, led by Porter, seized the opportunity to escape by hijacking the Frederick. After overpowering their skeleton guard of jailers they left them on shore with provisions, cognisant of the fact that the ill-treatment of overpowered jailers during the Cyprus Mutiny had been a factor in the harsh punishment of those mutineers when they were subsequently captured.

The convicts then sailed across the South Pacific, arriving on 25th February near the mouth of the Bueno River in Chile. They scuttled the Frederick off-shore, travelled the remaining miles in the ship's tender, and passed themselves off in Valdivia as survivors of a shipwreck.

They arrived back in Hobart in March 1837 and were put on trial for piracy a hanging offence. This caused a considerable public spectacle in the settlement, and the court was packed for the trial.

James Porter and William Shires argued that as the Frederick had not yet been officially launched, it was impossible for them to have committed piracy.

The situation was further complicated by the Frederick having been taken in a harbour rather than on the high seas, a requisite for piracy.

Ultimately Porter and the others were found guilty of piracy, but not sentenced to death. Porter later alleged that the trial took only half an hour.

The convicts were imprisoned for two years in a Hobart jail, then transported to the notorious Norfolk Island penal colony, where Porter wrote his memoirs under the governorship of the prison reformer Alexander Maconochie.

His sentence on Norfolk Island was reduced after he rescued several officers when their boat capsized. He was later released from the harsh conditions of Norfolk Island and sent to Newcastle. In 1847 he again escaped, and this time was never heard from again.

The book is called A Ship That Never was by Adam Courtney.

Wednesday, 4 May 2022




Jodi L. Landes©  More By Jodi L. Landes

Published: May 2019

A mother loves right from the start,
No matter if her children are near or far apart.
A mother gives never-ending love.
She gives us comfort and peace like a beautiful dove.
For us she will always do her best,
Even when we put her patience to the test.
She wipes our tears,
Chases away our fears,
Encourages us to follow a dream,
No matter how far-fetched it may seem.
Her gifts can never compare to any other.
I am so honored to call her my mother.
Looking back on another year,
I was so lucky to have a mother so dear.
So Mom, on your special day, relax and enjoy
And always know that I couldn't have asked for any other
More incredible person to call my mother.
I love you, Mom!
Happy Mother's Day

Source: https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/mother-85

Tuesday, 3 May 2022



Well here we are at another Tuesday what creature do we have today?

The answer is the water-holding frog, technical name Ranoidea Platycephala. It is a frog common to most of Australia. It can live for five years without drinking.

It has developed amazing tricks to help it survive without water, during drought it buries itself and enters a kind of sleep, where its organs almost shut down, conserving water and energy.

It has a super sized bladder capable of holding enough water for up to three years. The bladder provides the only source of water once in its sleep like state.

They are around 72mm for females and 62mm for males in length so a moderate-sized stout frog with a flat head and small eyes that point upwards.

Monday, 2 May 2022


 Hello Monday, hello May, you have arrived so fast. Mother's Day is next Sunday and I have no expectations with how the day will go, worry about it later.

Anyway here are some facts

Tokyo, the capital of Japan is one of the world's biggest and most overcrowded cities. Once they had men known as “pushers” employed to pack people into the city's crowded trains.

Akbar the Great, an Indian leader back in the 16th century, kept over a thousand cheetahs for hunting gazelle and hares.

Polar Bears are left handed

There are two high tides every day, the highest high tides in the word are in the Bay of Fundy between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick on the east coast of Canada. There the water level at high tide can be 14.5 metres(47ft) above that at low tide...........that is about as high as a five storey house.

The world's tallest mountain, measured from its base on the ocean floor,is Mauna Kea in Hawaii. It is 32,000 feet (9,750m) tall, about 3,000 feet taller then Mount Everest.

Sunday, 1 May 2022

WEEK 17 OF 2022

 Had a good night sleep managed to go to the loo at 4am and also go back to bed and sleep till 6am. I have been feeling good this morning.

Going to be an easy day with no cleaning.

A cool/cold and wet day.


Had a good night sleep up at 5.40 and while I was having a wash I heard Tasha in the kitchen and I hadn't rang her yet so that was good.

Kathy arrived around 9ish and stayed to 11ish and she cleaned out my desk with Tasha's help. Looks good, although they threw out some items I didn't want thrown out.

Blain was here and tried to help me salvage some stuff.

Had a damn good sleep, slept for 10 hours.

School goes back today for term 2, for Leo other's go back tomorrow.

Had a dummy spit at Kathy when she rang about not being able to find stuff, also said sorry for it I was just frustrated.

The rest of my day has been ok did nothing much.

Had another good nights sleep, I could get use to that.

Can't go up with Leo as the doctor is due to ring for my appointment. He rang 45 minutes late and I was his first appointment of the day.

The doc wants me to have an Xray done on my back.

Been a good day more or less

Awake since 4am up at 4.50am woke to pee and wasn't able to settle back down so got up.

Tried to wear black leggings but found them too tight so took them off and now in shorts.

Managed to do Cole's online shopping only took 2hrs with many drop outs.

Somewhat restless today but hanging in there.

Had a bloody good nights sleep woke at 4.10am to pee went back to bed but had an anxiety attack where I felt like I couldn't breath, this happened three times when I laid down, so at 4.30 I decided to just stay up.

Leo not going to school as he doesn't feel good and his driver tested positive for Covid this morning, so no way to get to school.

Leo did a RAT test and it was negative did 2 tests to be sure. I gave him two ibuprofen which I broke up into small pieces so he could swallow them.

After his headache eased he started to feel better and even cleaned his room.

Had another good night only remember waking to speak to Tim when he got home from work. I then slept till 4.35.

I had a moment around 7am shaking a lot and sweating all over and feeling like shit.

Leo had an anxiety attack not his first but the first one I have witness, rang Jess and she came and settled him down, he also is running a temp and feels sick but still negative for Covid.

Had to send Tim to get the scripts because Tasha forgot yesterday.

By 2pm Leo was looking better and I was falling apart.

Thursday, 28 April 2022



Another bloke I have read about is, Lieutenant General Sir Stanley George Savige, KBE, CB, DSO, MC, ED was an Australian Army soldier and officer who served in the First World War and Second World War. In March 1915, after the outbreak of the First World War, Savige enlisted in the First Australian Imperial Force.

He was born 26 June 1890 and died the 15 May 1954.

During the early years of the Second World War,he commanded the 17th Infantry Brigade in the North African Campaign, the Battle of Greece and Syria–Lebanon Campaign.

His outspoken criticism of professional soldiers earned him their rancour. He returned to Australia in early 1942, and later commanded the 3rd Division in the Salamaua–Lae campaign.

He ultimately rose to the rank of lieutenant general in the Australian Army, commanding the II corps in the Bougainville Campaign.

In later life, Savige was a director of Olympic Tyre c Rubber Ltd from 1946 to 1951 and chairman of Moran & Cato Lt from 1950 to 1951. He was also chairman of the Central War Gratuity Board from 1946 to 1951, and a commissioner of the State Savings Bank of Victoria.

He received the following awards Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Companion of the Order of the Bath, Distinguished Service Order, Military Cross, Greek War Cross.

He was also the founder of Legacy Australia.

Tuesday, 26 April 2022



Well it is Tuesday and school has returned for term 2, those two weeks went fast. This weeks extreme creature is the Emperor Penguin.

This penguin lives and breeds in bloody freezing weather of the Antarctica the coldest place on Earth with temperatures going as low as -60 degrees Celsius.

The emperor penguin is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species and is endemic to Antarctica. The male and female are similar in plumage and size, reaching 100 cm in length and weighing from 22 to 45 kg. They have a lifespan on 15-20 years.

They can dive deeper than any other bird, including other penguins, they do not build nests.

    Like other penguins, emperors leap into the air while swimming, which is called porpoising.

Baby penguins are called chicks or nestlings. A group of baby penguins that band together for protection against the cold and predators is called a creche, which is derived from the French word that means “manger”.

Monday, 25 April 2022


Hello everyone here we at Monday and this Monday is a special one as it is ANZAC Day. A day that has come to mean more to me the older I get.

Like many my great-grandfather on dad's side served in WW1 and my Pop (mum's dad) served in WW11, dad's father didn't serve as he was a coal miner and they were needed at home.

Here are some facts about ANZAC Day.

ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. ...

The Anzacs were all volunteers, there was no conscription. ...

Two-up is a traditional gambling game only allowed to be played on Anzac day through pubs and clubs in Australia. ...

There is no town called Gallipoli.

Anzac Day was first observed in 1916. The day has gone through many changes since. The ceremonies that are held at war memorials up and down New Zealand, and in places overseas where New Zealanders gather, are modelled on a military funeral and remain rich in tradition and ritual.

Sunday, 24 April 2022

WEEK 16 OF 2022


Had a decent night, found myself wide awake at 5.30 so up I got, washed, dressed and made my own breakfast.

Tim up at 6.30am and off to work by 7am.

Leo came down at 8am to hang out in his room. He left at 11am to go meet Emma (girlfriend).

Tasha came down and cleaned out 3 kitchen cupboards.

I was expecting Kelli to come and get me ready for bed but she hasn't turned up. Thankfully Tasha was here and put me to bed.

Awake and out of bed at 5.10 just felt awake so go up. Had some trouble dressing but got there in the end.

Found 3 letters on my table this morning, Tasha checked the P O Box yesterday. I answered all three this morning.

Kathy turned up around midday with the girls and her and Tasha cleaned out more kitchen cupboards and threw a load of clothes on to wash.

Sydney-May walked down and posted my letters for me.

Kathy also showered me.

Tuesday is here and I had a good nights sleep last night. Although I had to sit naked in the bathroom waiting for Tasha as all my clean clothes were in the dryer and the dryer is outside.

Kathy here by 8.45am and her and her dad have cleaned the bathroom and behind the TV and changed the curtain over the front sliding door. In fact her and Tasha have done a bloody lot as well as getting their dad motivated to chip in and do stuff.

I even found a new shower curtain now just have to get Tim to change it over.

The house is looking good.


A new day and I have been up since 5.20 but for the most part I slept well.

Tim drove me to see podiatrist as him and the girls are not cleaning today.

He also to the cans/bottles over to be cased in. We have borrowed the neighbours trailer to throw rubbish in for a tip run.

I had a shit night so bloody restless and unsettled up and down like a bloody yo yo.

Dad passed 3 years ago today.

Kathy and the girls arrived at 9am and left around 1pm, she cleaned out the storage under the dinning tables seats. I even let her throw out a few things.

Tasha here cleaning out the fridge a job well overdue.

Spoke to Sandy about going to the cemetery and she agreed the ground will be to soggy for me to visit.

Had a better night last night did sit up with Tim for an hour but after that I settled ok. Slept through to 4.30 but then felt wide awake so I got up at 5am.

Kathy and the girls arrived at 9am and stayed till 1pm, she cleaned off the book/storage shelves in the dining room.

She also showered me before leaving.

Only saw Tasha when she dropped off the shopping she did.

Had a real good night waking at 11.30 to pee but going straight back to sleep. Then waking again at 4.35, I peed but found afterwards I was wide awake so got up.

No bloody internet this morning even though the computer and modem show it is working, so restarted the computer that didn't work so turned modem off and back on which also didn't work.

9.30am and still no internet at 11am after restarting laptop twice I got it back.

Tim at last was able to go and get Kathy's old fridge for Jess as the two Jess had are on their last legs.

Kathy helped me get ready for bed.

Wednesday, 20 April 2022



In Our Hearts

©  More By Rose M. De Leon

Published: December 2007

We thought of you with love today,
But that is nothing new.
We thought about you yesterday
And days before that, too.
We think of you in silence.
We often speak your name.
Now all we have are memories
And your picture in a frame.
Your memory is our keepsake
With which we'll never part.
God has you in his keeping.
We have you in our heart.

Source: https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/in-our-hearts--loosing-a-father

Tuesday, 19 April 2022



Hello Tuesday today's extreme creature isn't that extreme, it is the Easter Bunny.

He or she has been around a bloody long time and some may have a name for the Easter Bunny but I don't.

The thing is, the Easter Bunny does not talk. That's okay because kids usually have a lot to talk about and the Easter Bunny has big ears to listen.

Scientists put the age of the Easter Bunny between 400 and 500 years old. So that means the Easter Bunny was born sometime between 1515 and 1615. Stories about the Easter Bunny began taking shape in the late 1600s.

The care the Easter Bunny takes in hiding the eggs and the decades of continuous work also suggest the Easter Bunny is female. It's common knowledge that hormones encourage the does, not the bucks, to look after the kids. And the ability to remember holiday dates definitely indicates that the Easter Bunny isn't male!

According to legend, the Easter Bunny lives on Easter Island, although no one knows exactly where.

Historically, his first stop is Christmas Island. American Samoa is often his last stop.

How is the Easter Bunny related to Jesus?

In short: The Easter Bunny is not related to Jesus at all. At most, they're both obviously tied to the holiday celebrating the resurrection, and they're both considered symbols of new life—but the links to one another, essentially, end there.

Monday, 18 April 2022



Good morning all on this fine Easter Monday, yesterday being Easter Sunday marked the 3rd anniversary of my dad's passing although he died on the 21st but it was Easter Sunday.

Anyway here are some facts.

The naming of the celebration as "Easter" seems to go back to the name of a pre-Christian goddess in England, Eostre, who was celebrated at beginning of spring. The only reference to this goddess comes from the writings of the Venerable Bede, a British monk who lived in the late seventh and early eighth century

The Easter Bunny legend began in Germany.

The act of painting eggs originates from a Ukrainian tradition.

The exact origins of this mythical mammal are unclear, but rabbits, known to be prolific procreators, are an ancient symbol of fertility and new life.

Standing at 31ft tall and 18ft wide is the world’s largest Easter egg. Found in Vegreville, Alberta, Canada, the egg weighs a hefty 5000lbs and took 12,000 hours to complete.

Sunday, 17 April 2022

WEEK 15 OF 2022

 A new day has arrived and it saw me up at 5am feeling awake and with it.

Home alone today as Tim is at work today.

Wrote out blog posts for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday's posts.

A warm dry day.

Kelli putting me to bed today.

Managed to sleep in 5.40am and even got up a couple of times during the night to pee.

Tim off work today as there is a bus strike. He has whipper snipped the back yard but can't re-thread the whipper snipper, so has gone out to Bunnings to ask for help as it is new and the first time he has used it. He got it done and finished the yard.

I spoke to the doctor he said he will email me the referral I need will check that tomorrow.

Woke at 4.50 to pee went back to bed but couldn't settle so up at 5.20am. Tim also up at 5am as he has an early start.

Tim home by 9am he has a split shift.

One year ago today we lost mum, been a hard day.

Started work on a memory book about me for Leo, I need Tim to get more photos out of the cupboard for me.

Had a so so night was a bit unsettled for a couple of hours but managed to sleep till 5.30am.

A wet start to the day and heavy rain on and off all day.

Tim home by 9.30am another split shift.

Not much to do today with no letters to answer and still waiting for photos to be gotten out of the cupboard.

Slept better last night up at 5.45am, washed and dressed and ready for the day.

Tim is off today as he is working all over Easter.

Managed to get the photos out of the cupboard on my own and finished off Blain's Nana Memory book. Now Tim just has to go through it and write who is who under each photo.

Tomorrow I will add photos to Leo's book.

Woke at 5.20 went and peed and decided to stay up.

Saw Leo at 7.15 and got a nice big hug, it felt wonderful.

Decided to add a little more to the memory books so worked on that today.

Jess putting me to bed today, first time I have seen her in a week.

A new day is here a cool day but no rain, slept in what I will wear today as I will have to fend for myself today as Tim is working.

Kathy turned up around 10am and stayed till 12.30, she cleaned, dusted and vacuum out as well as washing down part of the loungeroom walls.

The shopping was scheduled for delivery between 1 & 2pm but when I checked the site at 2.20pm it had changed till between 4 & 5pm, damn I hate afternoon deliveries.

Groceries arrived at 4.15, Jess came to help and got me ready for bed.


  Hello Tuesday, hello world, this Tuesday we are looking at the good old red kangaroo. A red kangaroo can hop 13 metres in one jump that i...