First of all we had our little house up for auction on the weekend which was past in, however we finally sold it on the Monday. YAY!!
Andy had bought it about 13 years ago, we met and I moved in, then we raised our wee ones there till Sarah was five. We then spent two years in Perth, returned back to Melbourne and moved into a rental as we had outgrown our little house. It is sad to say goodbye, however we are excited about buying something a bit bigger in the same suburb.
The requirements are that the yard must be big enough for the girls trampoline (still in storage) and space for a four legged friend which the girls can't wait to adopt. Hopefully it won't be long for the right place comes along.
We were also babysitting the girls little cousin, this was her first sleepover and she was a dream guest, no tears, fights or grizzles AND I didn't get one pooey nappy. He..he..he!!
We walked down to the Collingwood Childrens Farm and the girls loved petting and feeding all the animals.
I discovered that the farm is yet again under attack from developers and I have been running around the last few days helping to make people aware of what is at stake. There are certain paddocks that the farm could lose the use of, which means that several of the horses that they keep will have to go, this will be a terrible loss as they are cared for by older children from the area and in return they get to ride them.
We are lucky to have this unique heritage site 4 klms from the CBD, it would be devastating to lose it.
If you would like to help, you can sign the petition here.