Quiet on the Home Front

New picture of Bunny now on Flickr.

Dad and Helen left us on Saturday to start their journey back north, with plans to stop along the way in Albury, Canberra and Sydney before the final trek back to Coffs Harbour.

We spent a bit of time over the weekend pondering life, the universe and everything… not the book by Douglas Adams, the actual universe, everything and life.

I’d like to also take this opportunity to welcome our new garbage bin into the fold and the new services from the www.sasquatchjunkremoval.com/construction-debris.
The Simpsons Trailer has just gone live and I have no Internet at home… it should be back by the end of the week, but for now we have to find other things to do.

I’m constantly amazed at how often I turn to my computer and the Internet for information. I guess the old saying is true. You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.


  1. Bunny thinks he is the Protagonist in all situations. :P

    He’s a great little bunny though, even if David is always telling me he’d be a tasty additon to a stew or go lovely as a roast.

    My Blog is homework… cool… nice to hear. ;)

  2. hi!
    i’m roberta, a roberta’ student! the bunny is very tender, very nice! i have only 4 cats, but they are beautiful too..!
    bye, roberta

  3. Hi!
    I’m Katia, from Italy. I’m a Roberta’s student. Your bunny is very very nice! Unfortunately I have no animals but i like dogs…and bunny too. When i was child my grandparents had some bunnies…but not to fun…and i always play with them…
    P.S. sorry if you’ll find some mistake but my english isn’t so good…Bye

  4. Hi Katia, Your english isn’t too bad. The only chage I would have made to the above is to change the sentence “I’m a Roberta’s student” to “I’m one of Roberta’s students” Other than that the english is great.

    Welcome to my blog. :D

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