Archive for October, 2011
After some noisy farts (that he did).
‘Was that thunder?”
Putting him to bed tonight.
Me – “Can I have some goodnight kisses?”
Oscar – “Oh I have to do a pretend fart first”
you can watch it live here, put it in your calender so you remember.
Coke has these new coke machines where you buy a bottle, take a sip then turn the bottle up side down, when you turn it upside down the coke begins to freeze. You then turn it thr right way up and drink super chilled coke.
Here is their official video.
I looked up to see if there was any ‘ice up’ machines near home and there is!!! So Off we went.
I bought the bottle.
pressed the button and out came my coke.
Lachy who was with us and also got one for himself.
Lachy opened his and it worked first go, he took a sip, put the lid back on then turned it upside down and it began to freeze.
I opened my lid, it exploded all over my hand and the table.
I turned it upside down and it did begin to freeze but it also exploded more every time I attempted to open it.
Eventually I was able to drink it and I have to say I really liked it!!!!
Sure it’s just coke with ice in it but it’s beautiful.
This is good news, the current food crisis in Africa has put 13 million people at risk of malnourishment and to fuel the crisis an outbreak of cholera and measles is spreading across the horn.
This is not a matter of us chucking $2 into a bucket, we need to dig deep and give as much as we can so that those on working on the ground can deliver nutritious meals, access to clean water and improved sanitation conditions. If our Government is willing to match our giving lets give big!!!!!!!
donations through the following organisations will be matched by the Australian government up until November 30.
- Act for Peace
- ADRA Australia
- Anglican Board of Mission Australia
- Australian Lutheran World Service
- Australian Red Cross
- Baptist World Aid Australia
- CARE Australia
- Caritas Australia
- CBM Australia
- ChildFund Australia
- Oxfam Australia
- Plan International Australia
- Save the Children Australia
- TEAR Australia
- World Vision Australia