Well it has been some time since my last blog. The last one sounded pretty angry too! Must have been having a bad day! Hehehe.
Well today i am celebrating christmas in july with some fellow brits. Full turkey roast, yummmmm, cant wait. Even made some mince pies topped with a kangaroo, just because.
Weve been here nearly three years. Its gone so stupidly quickly that im Not sure what ive been doing..... Apart from trying to rebuild life, working of course and moving house
Im a little frustrated and be warned this could be offensive to some. I dont think im on my own (fingers x'd). So im going to have a mini rant, just my opinion of course, of those who chose to flee back to the uk within a few weeks of landing here for no real reason appart from it 'didnt feel right/nobody spoke to me/its a bit backward'.
(*Clause - This is not about those who have needed to go home for the sake of health/money/family. I know some who have wanted to stay here but couldnt........)
We're all ready to go. Just have to sign and send back the customs form for the removal company, they have to come and pack 25th Aug and then its go go go. absolutely everything is sorted, even a car and house when we land in Melbourne. Very chuffed with our organisation skills as usually everything left to the last minute.
O wait a minute
Thursday last week - phonecall - hubbys dad has fallen and broken his hip. In hosp, going to go to surgery as soon as stable. We visit
Not the experience i had been expecting. From reading some of the other posters experience i think we got off very easy. Many others appear to have had more thorough medicals.
What was checked:
Bloods - HIV, Hep B&C
GP listen to heart and lungs
All this cost a grand total of £560
Considering hubby had a heart attack three yrs ago, i thought there may
Weve sold the house!!! Whoop Whoop
and it was only on the market three weeks.........im so chuffed.
Two more things to add to the list
*find some storage for our stuff
*find somewhere to live