Tuesday, 22 February 2011

I just cannot believe it..

Here mother nature goes again!   Now Christchurch has suffered at her hands with a massive Earthquake leaving devastation, destruction and absolute disbelief.  Though again I am humbled at the people who risk their own lives to try to help rescue people, those who volunteer to help in any which way they can, these people are true heroes and makes me very proud that when disaster strikes, people band together no matter of nationality, race, social status and help each other.  People this is what life is all about.  No judgement, everyone is treated equal..  I think Mother Nature is trying to give us a lesson.

To all those people in Christchurch, I pray that you are safe.  For my friend Hilary and her son Toby, I pray that you are unharmed.  Please let us know when you can how you faired.  To all those out there affected by Christchurchs Earthquake, godspeed to you all.

Love and Light

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Riding the breakwall

Schools out for the weekend, and what better way to take advantage of the break that to take the kids into the foreshore to ride their bikes along the breakwall...  Of course first stop on the way, Macca's breaky, armed with Coffee, where we sat under the picnic area at Nobby's beach.  The day was a little overcast, nice and cool, we saw dolphins in the harbour, the boats on the water, fisherman fishing the breakwall, and all the little Nippers doing their thing at the Surf Life Saving Club.

Boys riding the Breakwall

Afterwards we went for a drive around Newcastle, taking in the sites.  The boys wanted to go and have a look at the graveyard behind the Cathedral church as I had been talking about it a few days earlier about how old the graves were there.  They date right back to the early 1800's.  I'd say the first settlers of Newcastle..  Amazing really!  We have such history and heritage in our own back yards...

Sites of Newcastle

We are so very blessed to live in such a beautiful city!!

Newcastle Rocks!!
Love Lisxx

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

My heart goes out...

Too all those affected by cyclone Yasi and the devastation and floods that she has caused...  My heart sincerely goes out to you all...   Here I am siting in the comfort of my own home with disbelief of what is going on all around us and the devastation that Queensland has been confronted with in the past few months..  "Shaking head in disbelief"  We certainly have made Mother Nature quite upset, though what can we do to help heal her?

Sending all those affected my sincere prayers, a donation and love and healing for mother nature.


Tuesday, 1 February 2011

The day has come.....

and I lose my baby to Kindergarten!  Boo Hoo!  So now I have both my beautiful boys at school.  travis is now in Year 3 and my baby Cooper is heading into Kindergarten.  Gee honestly where does the time go?  One minute they are babies and totally dependant upon you the next they are heading to kindergarten... 

Cooper - my Big Kindergarten Boy

In the transition of the holidays, I changed the boys from our local public school to our local Catholic school.  A few problems, worries and concerns fromt he public prompted me to change to the catholic.  Wish I had done it right at the beginning now when Travis first entered Kindergarten.  Never too late though!!

Godspeed boys
Love Mummy xoxo