How Good People Lead to the Destruction of Man

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There’s no shortage of global issues needing to be addressed and also no shortage of opportunity for the everyday people among us to have their say.  Social media has opened up a voice for many people to be able to publicly voice their concerns or stance on issues facing our world in a way that was not afforded the generations before us.

My Two Rebels

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The final Kindy Concert of our parenting career happens next week. 

In just over a week, we will find out if we have achieved something that only a few of us get to achieve:  an entire kindergarten career with twins without a single, active participation in a performance.

The Edge

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Well, the day finally arrived to face head on one of my biggest fears whilst fulfilling my charge to experience something new.  My fear:  Heights.  My new experience:  Standing on a glass floor nearly 300 metres above the ground on “The Edge” at the Eureka Skydeck.

Lollipops

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So, as we entered parenthood, so did many of our friends.  Now that the children are at a much more mobile and playful age, we have taken the opportunity to catch up with friends at play centres.

Tasmania

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The most decadent of my new adventures by far has to be this one – a day trip to Tasmania.  It was Tyson’s very first birthday and our very first trip to Tasmania all in one day.

ANZAC Day Dawn Service

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This week’s new experience is one that I was very excited about – attending an ANZAC Day Dawn Service.  Though I used to have a job that had me awake at 4am each morning, I have never been to a Dawn Service from memory, and definitely have not attended one in Melbourne.