Female , 41-45

I'm fun loving and easy going. I enjoy life and take one day at a time.

Last Seen Jul 18, 2013
Member Since Jan 17, 2010
Favorite Quote Can't take it with you so enjoy it while you can
  • a little Aboriginal
  • and a little Polish
Politics Moderate
Horoscope Aries
Special day
Books bible
Music gospel, country and old rock n roll.
Movies miss potter
Local Time June 30th, 11:22 PM

I Had A Dream

In my dream I went ice skating for the first time. I could hardly stand up but by the end o the night I was getting the hang of it then it was time to go. I was just starting to be happy with my... [more]
  • I Am A Living Testimony

    The Power Of The Lord Yes I am a living testimony to the power of the Lord. When I was down and out, so lonely and afraid of what would become of me, He was watching over me and when it was time He picked me up and co… [more]
  • I Believe In God, Jesus The Saviour And The Holy Spirit

    Reminds Me Of... The title of this group reminds me of a chorus we sing in church that goes: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, all of them are 3 in one, do you believe it, Amen … [more]
  • I Still Remember September 11

    An End And A Beginning. I remember this day so clearly. My son was due to be born on that day but came a week early. It's the same date my nan passed away, 2 years earlier. I remember walking into our loungeroom, looki… [more]
  • I Am In College

    Hard Road But Worth It I left school at age 14, second year in high school. I never had a good job. In late 2007 my tafe teacher said I should apply to go to uni, I laughed but applied all the same. I was accepted… [more]
  • Full on

    Posted on: March 2nd, 2010 at 7:48PM

    Life is so full on at the moment. I am carer for my mum, am raising a little boy, attending last year of uni, moving house soon, sometimes volunteer at Aboriginal organisation, member of women's group and in my spare time I sometimes pray (about having enough time and energy to do all these things, ha ha ). Life is good, full , but good. And when it gets too hard I just step out of the situation and think what else would I want to be doing? Answer= nothing. It's all good. Contented and happy. … [more]


  • Life, not long enough

    Posted on: March 28th, 2010 at 8:24AM

    No matter how long we live for on this planet, it never seems long enough. Recently I lost a good friend and a relative ( my grandfather's cousin), but he was more than that. To my people, the Indigenous people of Australia he was a leader, an activist and a gutsy person. He helped change the law in Australia when the Aboriginal Peoples weren't even citizens in theri own country ( the 1967 Referndum). He fought for human rights for our people. He was Uncle Chicka Dixon. My good friend Phylis was an elderly lady from our church, and I will miss her dearly. I just take comfort in the fact that she is asleep in the Lord, waiting on His return to gather all his people. No matter what age we p… [more]


  • Volcano

    Posted on: March 7th, 2010 at 5:23AM

    Earlier tonight I made a volcano with my son, it was one of those boxed ones that you make. He was so excited when he painted it. It had worked but not too good. You should have seen the look on his face when the 'lava' came out. I think I was just as excited as he was. I had never made one at school. We moved around a lot so I guess I must of missed it. Anyway I said to my son we will make our own one soon. We do a lot of things together as his father doesn't live with us, I suppose I try to make up for it. And I missed out on a lot of things when I was growing up. I love my son, he's the best thing that's ever happened in my life, besides being filled with the Holy Spirit. … [more]


  • Life is fragile

    Posted on: March 5th, 2010 at 4:48AM

    I know how fragile life can be. You know there's a song called 'Life is fragile', I don't know who sings it. I should ask my neighbour who gave me a recording of it. Anyway I recommend listening to it. Life can be good one minute and the next it can be such a mess, but we have to pick ourselves up and move along. I know this cause I thought everything was pretty cool, mum's health wasn't too bad (could be worse), my son was happy at school, I was doing o.k at uni, happy with my friends, had good neighbours, loved my church, yeah life was good. Then the bomb fell, well mum broke the news she wanted to move. That should be her business but you see I'm her carer, she has a few illnesses and … [more]