The light at the end of the tunnel

Trip Start Sep 16, 2011
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Trip End Nov 20, 2011


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Flag of Australia  , Queensland,
Thursday, July 19, 2012

Today Woody wakes up first and cannot wait to see the Lego
dinosaur Noah made him overnight. He
drags Noah into the lounge and is suitably impressed.  Noah goes back to sleep and I kind of doze
until Elwood insists that someone gets up and gets him breakfast. Children are
so demanding!

I get up and Woody fancies scrambled eggs on toast.  He is lovely, I am a softie, and I rustle up
some eggs.  He is delighted and makes a
fuss over the deliciousness of his brekkie. 
Good kid.  That's the kind of fuss
this mum likes.

And today I don't feel so tired and fuggy.  I am hoping that this detox thing is going to go from strength to strength now and I will stop missing my cafe lattes.

We get ready, wake Noah and then head down to preschool.  It is a busy old day at preschool, children
everywhere, and Elwood gets stuck into razzing around the playground.

No time for Noah and I to hit the shops today, we head home
as I have a tutorial the prepare for and Noah has a big list of things to do
too.

We start with a quick brekkie, much herb tea and then we get
crackalackin.

I spread out all the stuff I have to read and get
started.  Some prep I have already done,
but I cover it again because I am nervous. 
As 11am approaches Noah and I refill our teas and I logon to my online
tutorial.  I had a small problem which I
would like to say was a technical problem but it was a great big operator
error.  I was in a bit of a panic, but
sorted it.

I absolutely loved the tutorial.  I got to grips with the online tutorial quite
quickly and had done enough preparation to get a lot out of it.  Now to find the time to do my homework!

We have some lunch, and Noah and I both get back to
work.  Little bits for my course, ordering
books, doing some banking, sending some emails. 
In a heartbeat it is time to collect Woody.

On our way out, we run into our neighbours who have started
a cafe down the road.  They have made us
a ham and pepper pizza which is still warm and looks and smells amazing.  That is Woody’s dinner sorted!  We chat to them for quite a while and then
head down to preschool.

Woody is, as we left him, running around the
playground.  He looks absolutely exhausted.  We take him home and Woody happily sits at
the dinner table, surrounded by his dinosaurs and eats his pizza.  A very happy child indeed.

Woody has a bath, books, and goes to sleep.  I rustle up mine and Noah’s dinner, watch
some Masterchef, Noah works, and I get 1 or 2 more things off the list before
bedtime.

Goodnight all. x



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