SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER BENDIGO
Daughter and I went shopping in the morning. I bought some T shirts that were on sale, and a couple of windcheaters.
The Grand Final was watched – on their big screen TV – in the afternoon. In this sport-focussed family, an event like this was an occasion to be marked with drinks and snacks through the afternoon. John thoroughly enjoyed himself.
It was our final night, for this trip, in the van.
Although I had enjoyed the time spent with family here, overall, it was a pity that the trip had concluded in a fairly negative way, for me, with the focus on long days and sports viewing. It tended to cloud the great times that had come before.
May 11, 2021 at 2:03 am
Really understand you’re pain..sadly many do not understand there is more to life than sport. Shows their level of enlightenment, which in itself creates the same detachment sport does. The gift of compassion for others whilst choice’s you make to honour one’s – self brings peacefulness and inner strength. Wish you well⚘🦋🥂
On Tue, 11 May 2021, 11:27 am This Adventurous Age, wrote:
> wendyviney posted: ” SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER BENDIGO Daughter and I went > shopping in the morning. I bought some T shirts that were on sale, and a > couple of windcheaters. The Grand Final was watched – on their big screen > TV – in the afternoon. In t” >
May 15, 2021 at 11:09 pm
Party pies in front the Tele, it’s a cultural thing…