Remembering the way to the gym & Bronnie's play

I’ve just had my 29th birthday and had a weekend to remember. With no less than three other friends having their birthday’s last weekend we all had an excuse for excess and took full advantage of it. Lots of food, booze and dancing later, I had a relaxing Sunday lying in the park drinking juice, soaking up the sun and watching ducks – I like ducks.

Looking at my last entry, I’ve been going to the gym now for four months, that beats my last record by about three and a half months. Michael, a guy I work with at the ATO comes along to the gym almost every day and stops me from dropping weights on my head. We are both feeling better for our efforts and try not to eat crap all day in the office.

I went to see my youngest sister’s play at school, expecting a primary school production the likes of which I would have been involved in – complete with four letter word ad-libbing, disasters on stage, lines forgotten and stage fright galore. What I saw was amazing. Bronnie was a star in her role as the Cheshire Cat in a production with singing, dancing, a live band, radio mics, costumes that were great and harmonising – I’m sure I didn’t even know what that meant when I was her age. I was totally impressed and got a few snaps of her in action.

In other news, my childhood fantasy of working at the Tax Office continues, in Melbourne <sigh of relief>. I’m still finding my way to Ninjutsu and learning new tricks. Planning a holiday with Vicki sometime soon…

Bronnie played the Cheshire Cat in her school’s production of Alice


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