Happy Australians Day

 Yes, that's Australians with an "s", it's for ALL Australians, old and new, born here or not. 



Happy Australia Day!


I hope my big balloon doesn't carry me away 😀


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  1. Indeed Meg. Do take care and Happy Australia Day.

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  2. I hope it was. I hope it is - and I do love that beautiful big balloon.

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    1. Elephant's Child; it was an incredibly peaceful day here, not a sound from the neighbours until after 5pm. I have a ten pack of the balloons, so I'm good for the next few years.

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  3. Happy Australians Day! You know for people who've never been to Australia we have A LOT of conversations about Australia. Almost daily! I can't get over all of the deadly bugs and snakes you have over there and how the kangaroos have the upper bodies of men, so weird. My son has a friend that lives over there and he says it's safe to be there. I'm still not convinced. :)

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    1. Magical Mystical Mimi; it's very safe! Millions of Aussies can't be wrong, right?
      Most of the deadly snakes are out in the countryside, ditto kangaroos. We do have spiders in the cities as well as the countryside and even further out which we call "the outback", but you people have spiders too, don't you? You have your Black Widow, which is our Redback and you have huntsman spiders, just like ours.
      It's nice that you have conversations about Australia :)

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  4. Happy Australians Day! I feel the same about Canada Day.

    XO
    WWW

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    1. WWW; and so you should, it's a day for ALL citizens.

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  5. Happy Australians Day. You and Meg really know how to celebrate. That balloon was big enough to carry her off. Glad it didn't.

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    1. Arkansas Patti; thank you. It isn't breezy enough inside the house for a balloon to fly away, thank goodness. I'm not up to chasing a flying Meg across the continent.

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  6. Happy Australian Day. Australia is the one country I wish I could visit.

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    1. Granny Annie; you can visit, just wait until Covid is under control and bring plenty of sunscreen. A truckload should be about enough.

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  7. Thanks, River.....I hope you had a pleasant Australia Day...you, Meg and Lola. :)

    Our annual "lane" party was very enjoyable...a nice group of people...very relaxed. Take good care. :)

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    1. Lee; Lola has found a new hidey-hole out in the back porch, so often I don't see her for hours at a time. She sneaks out to eat when I'm asleep. She will still get onto my TV chair with me when I'm in the mood for watching, so I can assess her then and see she is okay. She has been letting me pick her up for proper cuddle lately, so that's nice.

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  8. Hope you Australian day was full of joy.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. Dora; the day was full of peace and quiet, much better than the usual ruckus going on between neighbours here. Perhaps they're all starting to "grow up".

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  9. Lovely photos you have taken R - Hope you did have a lovely Australia Day, a quiet one here, just went shopping for food.

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  10. Happy Australia Day! Enjoy a quiet day.

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  11. Hope you had a happy one. FB reminded me 2019 we had one, also, see here, if you like, it was wonderful.
    It´s great you can celebrate. Germans certainly can not, uhhh, bad us with that Austrian guy who caused so much trouble...

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