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About GreenQueen

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    Senior Mentor
  • Birthday 08/12/1972

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  1. GreenQueen

    Becky, excellent point. Maybe worth (yet another) visit to your doc.
  2. GreenQueen

    Thinking of you Tracy and big hugs...hope this lot isn’t around for long.
  3. GreenQueen

    Sue that’s so awesome! Your husband has certainly turned the corner. Vancouver...we spent a few days there (still haven’t told everyone about our trip) a couple of years ago. Went to two Canucks games...we are all Canucks! Tracy you nailed it! Laughing about stuff is exactly the right medicine! I can just picture you with twigs in your hair!
  4. You know how it never rains but it pours? Monday: Tidy the house. Get washing up to date. Pack small bag. Tuesday Drive to Perth. Do some shopping. Drive to hotel. Go to Arena to see IlDivo. Show finishes at 10.40pm. Back to hotel. Eat. Wednesday Bit more shopping Drive home Wash Thursday Go to Carers Week lunch and movie. Nana nap Go to pub with friends to see two 80’s bands (1927 and Pseudo Echo) after having tea first. Friday Go to church meeting about 2019 World Day of Prayer, which my Church is hosting in town next year. Visit my mum in hospital, Just had a knee replacement. Organise Christmas lunch for the badminton club I’m treasurer for. Saturday Catch up on washing that I’ve been too busy to do this week. Collapse. How come everything happens at once? You know I couldn’t casually ring Il Divo or Pseudo Echo and ask them to delay for a week, you know? Looking at my calendar for next week, it’s as empty as a pub with no beer.
  5. GreenQueen

    We have two live cats, and lots of cat ornaments! I can’t help myself! Tracy, thinking of the thread on setbacks, I’m really hoping the nasty fatigue doesn’t set you back in other areas.
  6. GreenQueen

    Sue when will the east coast (bar QLD) rid themselves of the terrible daylight savings? Your Christmas holidays sound jam packed. Love the idea of high tea at church.
  7. GreenQueen

    I think I’m still trying to figure out what my comfort zone is.
  8. GreenQueen

    The only time I have trouble reading is when I’m beyond tired. My eyes stop moving in unison. It means I’ve gone from an avid reader to hardly ever reading.
  9. GreenQueen

    I have trouble with lots of words that, when said correctly, use extremes of mouth shapes one after the other. Remember Constitution Gosh! Now I can’t think of any! I think if you say these two aloud, you will know what I mean.
  10. GreenQueen

    Ok now you’ve got me. Chipmunk as in animal? Sunrise is what I was thinking. I think I am confused...
  11. Very interesting stuff. Will have to keep this in mind. If I think back, it probably explains a lot.
  12. Tracy! That is absolutely fantastic news! You know and I know that God has a plan for us all...I’m loving how your journey has provided you with a way to help others!
  13. GreenQueen

    Tracy I’m so terribly sorry about the diabetes. Don’t beat yourself up about being bad. It’s like stroke, it will take time to figure it out for yourself. Secondly you go girl! So super proud of you giving up the fags! A major accomplishment! Thirdly, you are human. I get you totally. It would have been nice to be offered some furniture. He was your brother too. Also if your sister has everything already... Maybe once she’s moved all her stuff she’ll realise all the double and triple ups. Feeling ashamed shows me what a kind hearted, warm, caring person you are.
  14. GreenQueen

    Benni that is so awesome! I love that he had been thinking about how to help, he’s a keeper!