|Traditional Korean chopsticks - look how skinny and slippery they are..|
I'd starve for sure!
265. Aunty Carolin's safe arrival back in the country;
266. A catch up with a lovely friend from our old church. This person was my bible study leader around the time the twins were born and was very much responsible for any shreds of sanity I had left at the time;
267. The first stage of Emma's 'Australian Heroes' project completed without me tearing ALL my hair out;
268. The pearls of wisdom that come home from school with Ashlea each day. Apparently Ashlea is not the only one in her class that comes out with classic one-liners - today Ashlea let rip with a MASSIVE FART in class and one of her class mates turned to her and said that it sounded like she had dynamite in her pants! He wasn't wrong...
Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful.