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Step into my pad. Hop on to my Blog! Take a leaf of my pad and browse my views, opinions, share in my experiences and ideas. 
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A Week and a Day

How quickly the time has flown. So much video footage, not processed, not shared. I am back home. Work tomorrow. Continue reading

Before the Trip Back Home

I’ve seen prayer rooms at Seoul and Dubai airports. I had never noticed one at Melbourne Airport Continue reading

Last Sunday in Australia

It was only two weeks here Down Under but it was really worth it. Continue reading

The Day After

What a beautiful ceremony! So proud of my brother, his daughter, their family, OUR family. I have to post this photo of me, the bride and groom and the officiator, my brother Eric. It was their day. It was moving. It was beautiful and I am glad that I came all around the world just for this day. Continue reading

Attitude

Just started uploading a video which I titled: How to live to 90. It is clips of my Mum talking about her life, her family, her photos, her hobbies, her plants, and her attitude. Continue reading

Being Grateful

Today I am actually already Down Under, at Mum’s. We are both extremely appreciative, grateful. I know my kids laugh at my Mum and often at me. I don’t really appreciate that! Continue reading

Autumn to Spring

I diligently tried to take some autumn photos on my way to the airport in Vienna. After all it will be springtime when I land in Melbourne. Continue reading

Why do I enjoy flying?

I loved that my husband and sons came to the airport to see me off. I loved that my youngest son also appreciates my love for Australia. Continue reading

UN Women Lightbearers

I’m writing this full of inspiration of what we did today. Continue reading

Historical Memories

After a full day of talks, speeches, meetings, museums, sightseeing and visits, I come to the memories of seven years ago when we came here to Padua and signed our peace agreement in Villa Guisti, in the same room that the Armistice was signed at the end of the First World War. Continue reading

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