The yard looks a mess but it don’t matter anymore. I had the Girls in yesterday to pack some more and today I dragged out plastic tubs and found all manner of things. Old drawings and papers. I got a letter about the Old Age Pension and thought I would not have a birth certificate and then I stumbled upon a folder with heaps of official documents in it.
I have , at times in the past, been very well organised. am dragging out old Lynne to see what we put together now. I spoke longtimes with Robynne and I also booked a motel in Sawtell for Friday Night. The AA Rally is on in the park next door. I was going to book a cabin but they were $150 per night and the motel is $130 and has wi-fi and is classy.
My Girls are all sick with the flu. I don’t know of anything I can do to help them. Kate sounds crook and the Baby is very unhappy.
The house begins to feel lighter and cleaner. I begin to see daylight. I have paid the rent, booked the car fora rego check, made a doctor’s appointment and the Eye specialist as well.
Now its dark and I have cooked and eaten chicken breasts and rice cream. Its not so cold as it has been and I am sleepy already.
I still don’t know where I am going to live but it is handed over. And I wish you were not dead, Izzy. I wish you were not dead.
I am staying in step 3 tonight. My scrap of paper for today said – APPLY INTELLIGENCE TO YOUR LIFE.
I think I have done that today.
Now for a glass of milk and then bed.
I wonder where my sea chest has gone to.