G’Day From Down Under
“There’s only one thing more precious than our time and that’s who we spend it on.”
– Leo Christopher
G’Day Mate…how ya goin’?
Ace, I hope! I am in Perth, Western Australia this week, visiting rellies: my niece, Kylie, her husband, Colm, and their two adorable ankle-biters, Liam (4) and Rosie (2). I am Liam & Rosie’s Great Auntie!
The Captain America shield just flew across the room, so I shall keep this blog short then return to the task at hand 🙂
This trip has been all about getting to know & playing with the sprogs…and that we have done spectacularly well, if I say so myself.
Here are a few snaps:
And, just to keep my single-gal sanity in check, there has also been a daily solo escape to the lovely local beach:
Sometimes I even sneak off TWICE a day, to catch the sunset:
Love this shot of me & Ky at Dophin Quay (just seems like yesterday she was Rosie’s age):
And this is the beach at Dolphin Quay…wow!
That’s it, that’s all for now…have a good week & catch ya later!
Maryanne Pope is the author of A Widow’s Awakening, the playwright of Saviour and the screenwriter of God’s Country. Maryanne is CEO of Pink Gazelle Productions and Chair of the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund. If you would like to receive her weekly blog, please sign up here.
8 thoughts on “G’Day From Down Under”
Have a wonderful time with your family. I was just talking about you to a friend that I work for…I sure miss you and hope to talk soon…lots of work ahead teaching air force cadets to serve meals to veterans next week and then all the marching ahead of me working up to remembrance day! Johnny turned 70 2 weeks ago and is going to retire at the end of October…not sure if I am ready for that!
Love the pictures! Great that you are seeing the world. I’d hope to see Australia one day, too.
Looks absolutely beautiful. Looking forward to more pics.
Thanks, Tonia! Hope you are doing well 🙂
Hi Jennifer! Australia was a really special trip…I am very grateful to have been able to spend time with my family AND see a beautiful part of the world!
Johnny is 70?! Wow…that is wild! I look forward to seeing you again soon & catching up. Big hugs from Qualicum Beach…miss you, too!
Oh wow, what absolutely stunning photos, and it’s great to see that you picked up on some of the local lingo too… 😀
Can’t wait to see where you are traveling to next!