I love my kids. What a blessing!
Each day I watch my Krimis, get on the home-trainer, have my fruit snack, mostly miss all my meetings. It’s my Project 2020 Health Year. I’m not doing anything else. Continue reading
Can I write my diary like my blog? I took photos of my steak yesterday, but no other shots of people, the place, the event. There was a selfie by David as we left Vienna. There was a group photo at the end. There was that good talk with John Fenessey at the Restaurant over dinner. Continue reading
Memoirs. The last leg of the trip up to Queensland when I was fifteen. We had a twelve by 18 foot tent, a VW bus and roofrack. By the end of the 6 week trip we were well trained and each had our own assignments. I was responsible for the ropes. Continue reading
Such a powerful video. I just love Mark Gungor. This video is from 2005 and somebody just posted it on Facebook today, and I just had to watch it to the end.
At the end I am in tears and thinking, these are the educational materials we need to be using at couples seminars. He is just so real, so entertaining, so honest, understanding, enlightening and yet, Continue reading
I was a full-time tricycle engine manufacturer for ten years.
I was a research officer at the Institute for Child Development and Interpersonal Relationships
I led a long-term research programme in the laboratory Continue reading
Thirty four years ago we had the blessing and privilege to hear these words in Madison Square Garden:
Until today, the eyes of the world have been upon our Church; after today the eyes of the world will be upon you and your families. Remember three things above all in your life together:
1. The eternal union of husband and wife.
Your marriage is not merely “until death do us part,”
After the boys came home from the Hofburg and Andi finished working at Raimitz, we started our barbeque in the garden.
It began raining sometime in the early morning. I had wanted to show Josef some of the Melbourne beaches and offered to drive with Mum to nephew Ben’s store which I have not even seen yet myself.
I took the dollar which Mum gave us and made my way to the gambling machines. My analytical mind would not let me do anything until reading all the instruction screens. Then I dropped my dollar coin in the slot and still did not understand how it works. I saw I had made a win and kept playing until it was all used up. There were five buttons. The one on the left was to use one line at 2 cents. Then there was ten cents, twenty cents and I think fifty cents. I started off just using the left button, but it was too slow for me, so eventually I pressed the right one to get it over and done with.