Tonight I went and saw Milk in an amazing, old theater in the Newtown part of the city [a very trendy spot]. The cinema sold beer and wine and ice cream cones. I sat as the theater went dark, with both hands holding my ice cream cone and my IPA in the cup holder beside … Continue reading [it’s science].
This afternoon, I picked Craig up from school and headed towards home. Hazel decided to take the train home… something about socializing… Craig wants nothing to do with that kind of stuff. Anywho, Craig was pretty pooped from his big Monday school day. Not even my rendition of “What’s Love Got to Do With It” … Continue reading “AAAHHHHHHH!!”
I ride the train a lot around Sydney… and so do a lot of kids. I have heard some ri-diculous conversations over the last couple weeks, but this one is my favorite thus far: [two teenagers, a boy and a girl, in tank tops and neon board shorts.] Boy: I just can’t stand Tonya. Girl: … Continue reading i would put my kids in the sydney public school system… knock on wood.
The other day I was walking with the Vincents into a drug store [here they call it the Chemist… weird]. While walking in, we saw a little girl who was about three years old with her mother. The little girl had lipstick ALL over her face. Well maybe not allll… but definitely covering most of … Continue reading little miss lipstick.
For all of those who wonder what my accommodations are like here in Australia… …this is a very sad, very blank, view of my room. I didn’t even think to pack things to decorate my walls. I even left my dinosaur poster at home! Sad days. We are about to move houses, so no point … Continue reading my humble abode.
…it’s a big deal over here. And by big deal, I mean it’s a huge frat party. I am currently sitting in the living room kinda watching “Friends” and kiiiinda watching all the half-naked drunk people walking to or from the beach. One guy actually turned around in circles before walking into our yard! He … Continue reading AUSTRALIA DAY.
I must recommend this book… …but not to everyone. My first encounter with this book was reading the story “This Person” in this bookstore: I finally finished the book yesterday… then quickly flipped to the front and started it again. I never wanted it to end! I stretched out the time between stories so that … Continue reading this person.