Flat Stanley Visits Bundaberg

We have had a Flat Stanley all the way from Florida USA for the last few months. And its visited so many places {yes it even went on Our First Family Cruise}. Now its going on one more adventure with us on Monday night and then its time to send it home.

We took it to the Glasshouse Mountains Camping Trip, to the Science Centre, and it even climbed Mt Ngungun. The other day it even went to the beach with us!

Its been to the Homeschooling End of Year Party!

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Sunset On The Pacific Jewel

We had dinner every night as a family of 10 in the Restaurant – Hayden {our oldest} booked it as soon as we got on board the Pacific Jewel for 7.45pm every night.

And it was great to spend time with family over a meal, yet at the same time can you imagine how much fun it was trying to get all of our boys ready for showers, and dressed up in time! Yeah we were late nearly every night πŸ™‚

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P And O Cruise Pacific Jewel

We went on our first Family CruiseΒ on the P And O Cruise Pacific Jewel, for our second son’s 21st Birthday Celebration. It was for only four nights but we loved it! He is not a kid that likes a big fuss so I knew that I couldn’t organise a Party for him – yet I did let the Cruise ship know about his Birthday and they gave him a cake at dinner time and sang Happy Birthday to him!

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Messiest Kid In The World

If you all know Kyle you would know how loving, kind, sweet, funny, and adventurous he is. He is also the Messiest Kid In The World. He could walk out the Motorhome door and the dirt will jump up onto him. Literally.

I am serious!

If we have somewhere nice to go, he is not to get dressed into his “Good Clothes” until we are ready to get into the car, or if its somewhere super duper special then he will get dressed into his good clothes along the way {at the very last minute} so that we know he will be clean enough.

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Our First Family Cruise

Our second son Zachery turned 21 at the beginning of this month. And we have had a Cruise on our Bucket List for so very long so I suggested to our family that we all go on a cruise to celebrate together. Seen as how he doesn’t like to have any fuss made of him I knew a big party was out. And I wasn’t not going to celebrate his 21st Birthday – even though they all live in Sydney and we are currently helping out David’s parents in Bundaberg I was determined that we would be together for his big day.

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End Of Year Homeschooling Party

We went out last night, and got dressed up! Had a yummy meal at Rock Bar Grill and Cafe, and got to speak with other adults πŸ™‚

It was a blast to actually go out for dinner, have a night off from cooking, and to also see our boys so good looking, having fun with other homeschooling children. Do you know it was all boys dressed up last night, no girls!!! How funny is that πŸ˜‰

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Sometimes Its Okay To Quit

Many of you know that I have been doing a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy through a college in Brisbane. And by rights I should have graduated in June of 2016 and its now October 2016 and I have been slowly going through all the extra 16 subjects the college gave me, longing on every day to see if they have been marked off and waiting!

I have been waiting so long to graduate.

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Sunset At Myall Lakes National Park

Something special about watching a Sunset At Myall Lakes National Park. If you know me, you know I love Sunsets! Actually I named my Business “Sunset Massages” because its my favorite time of the day. I have seen a few Sunrises in my time, but as I am not a morning person that is very rare – I am a night owl and would rather stay up late and sleep in the morning.

Have You Stayed At Myall Lakes National Park?

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Bundaberg Community Garden

The other day we had time to spare, before both boys had to get their hair cuts. And I had seen the Bundaberg Community Garden from afar but hadn’t stopped to see it up close, so I thought why not make the time now!

Gavin Street has its own little community garden, and its so very sweet. They do have rules about taking only what you must, and leaving the rest to grow and share with others. Which makes sense – only take what you need to eat and leave the rest for others to have. I like the idea of feeding the community and sharing it around.

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Mungo Brush Campground Beach

So we have shared our thoughts about Myall National Park and Mungo Campsites {can’t recommend the smelly toilets but hey the view over looking the lake and the beach access makes up for it!}

Mungo Brush Campground Beach is literally across the road from the campsites. And you won’t believe the paradise you will walk out to when you are finished with waking up, having breakfast and ready to explore. Even the teenagers who don’t like to get out and explore will love the beach!

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