Happy Happy Days

Yesterday, after I got off of the bus that takes me from work in Bentleigh East with RSG Kids to the North Brighton train station, I had the joy of seeing bright orange shoe laces walking towards me. Even though I hadn’t seen the shoes before (they’re new) and I couldn’t see that far away (I never wear my contacts), I knew that it was BEN!!!! πŸ™‚

He met me at the train station, and we walked home together after buying the most delicious gummy worms ever created from the Discount Lollies Store.Β 

It has been an absolute joy having him here. Yesterday and today both, we walked all around the area and explored streets that I’ve never walked down! We hired a bike for him to use for the next two weeks, and we’ve had a few delicious meals from a cafe in Brighton and Grill’d hamburgers today, and homemade stir-fry last night. πŸ™‚ Ah, I am just the happiest girl alive. πŸ™‚

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Alicia’s Aussie Word of the Day:Β maccas. Meaning McDonalds. Usage: It probably would have been cheaper if we went toΒ Maccas for dinner tonight instead of Grill’d, but it wouldn’t have been as delicious!

2 thoughts on “Happy Happy Days

  1. Carey says:

    This is adorable!! πŸ™‚

  2. keith christensen says:

    What a grand and everlasting memory, your time i Australia. We are so proud for you.!
    Keep us posted ! Grandpa & Grandma Christensen

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