Shopping by myself….again (aaaarrrggghhh!!! stop me).

Coffee at Lane Cove….3 silly girls in public trying their best to hold their tears…
Isa cried and laughed at the same time.

Night falls and 2 silly girls head out in skimpy, skin tight, little dresses and walk back and forth George Street – from drinks at Hemmesphere to pigging out at Maccas.

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Thanks, Hazel, for taking my most frustrated mind off things.  I had fun..

[looking sideways and keeping up with our pace on Pitt Street] “ooooo…hi are you?….” [then trips over a tile and laughs at himself.  Jo and Hazel tries sooo hard to keep a straight face but eventually duck behind a corner outside Hilton pissing ourselves]

[standing at the lights at George Street  Myer]
“……where are you from?…”
“…really?….blah blah blah…how old are you? 18?” [Hazel could no longer contain her laughter]

[walking towards Hemmesphere]
“oooo….can we be your tour guides in Sydney?”
“me no Engrish…” [HHAHHAHA]

Too much to handle at the moment…. too much change; it’s almost too hard to adapt.


ISSSYYYYYY!!!!!!!! We WON’T Miss you!!! Not at all!

I hate farewells..and I hate good-byes but if it’s for good cause I will wish you well.
I am lost for words, Isa.

I’m glad you had a good night and enjoyed yourself.  Remember not to read what I wrote in the book until you’ve arrived and don’t ever feel like there’s no U-turn.  There are plenty of things in life that you need to experience.  Don’t anticipate the U-turn. If it comes, it comes; if it doesn’t, then you better be sending out your bridal registry soon!  And we will be waiting..either way…

Remember, distance is not a barrier but an open route to strengthen relationships.

(MEH!!! Thanks for abandoning us!)  Enough for now… I may write up another post for you, if I can’t handle it.

 (*alot of the photos are of the new lovebirds…sorry..)

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