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Monday 8th October

I watched Death Proof today by Quentin Tarantino what a fantastic movie! When it got to the middle I thought I might turn it off and do some work but I kept on watching and I'm glad I did. It's like power to the woman hahaha. If you get some spare time have a crack if you can handle a bit of blood then you like this movie, it's nice and simple.


Last night we watched Blades of Glory it was pretty crazy but I didn't like it as much as Death Proof.

I took young Ralph for a walk along the river and we had fun me throwing the stick in the river and him fetching it and eating them but not bringing it back. I must teach him to play fetch the normal way.

I came back home and Shaughan had been out and was the happiest boy he had the best day. He had swapped the Merk for a ute and a Holden so we went for a blat in the new vehicles, filled them up with gas and I had fun blasting the stereo and the sub. Shaughan's funny a real wheeler and dealer we only have 4 vehicles in this family now, MAD!

I got to see more photos of my new niece and everyone looks happy. Amanda said they can't keep their eyes of her. I can remember when Nessy had her first I was like that and if I was to have a baby which is not very likely I wouldn't get anything done!

We had massive lighting and thunder storms today which was choice it was so close together, I'm sure it would have caused some havoc.

My Message from the angels was: We angels continuously remind you that you have all the power you need, right inside you.

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