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Saturday, December 27, 2008

HAPPY TIMES

Last Tuesday our daughter, Carol-Ann and son in law, David arrived from London, where they live. They are here for a 10 week's holiday.


Dad is happy Mum is happy
When we arrived home our other daughter, Sonya and son in law, Bernie had arrived. They have been on a camper van holiday stopping at beaches on the way from Melbourne to here.

The sisters are happy to see each other again.
We have our first lunch together for a long time.
Then, for dinner, we took them to their favourite Chinese Restaurant. Kam Koon.
Bernie and Sonya
San Choy Bow
steamed fish with ginger
rainbow steak in a bird's nestcrispy, spicy king prawns
prawns in a creamy sauce
vegetables and noodles.
A great meal and great company. What a start to Christmas.

8 comments:

  1. Diane you have a beautiful family and you all look so happy....
    What a banquet, it looks so delicious it`s making me feel hungry for chinese...lol

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  2. What a great holiday for you and your family. Ten weeks. That's better yet. I think that's what could be called "the best Christmas ever'. Have fun. Hi to your daughters.

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  3. Thats great you must miss her with her living in London but at least you have her here for a while.

    I bet you will enjoy her holiday here as much if not more then she will.

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  4. Thanks for the comments. Have you seen the time on the comments?? USA time maybe??

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  5. Morning Diane
    It is now 6.18am and I could 'tuck' in to that Chinese myself. A real treat!
    And of course there are the amazing pics with the new camera. You have certainly mastered it! Do you mainly use auto settings?
    I am thrilled that you have had the family together for Christmas. Somehow I feel that is what it is all about and I know I miss my own family at this time.
    My son and future daughter-in-law both work in industries that require their services over the Christmas and Easter periods.
    Great pics of the very happy family. I am so happy for you.

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  6. MMM... the Chinese food looked wonderful. Except for the fishy things of course. Not a fan of those :)

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  7. Thank you Chez for those kind words and yes i mainly use automatic setting but i did use the "smile" setting in the restaurant.

    Brian the fishy things are the best!

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  8. Hey, I've fixed the time thingy. I'm learning!

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