Category Archives: Repatriating

Twelve Months On …

Here is a piece I wrote for a school newsletter … We all have expectations. Our move back home to Melbourne was a premeditated move allowing us plenty of time to think through what life in Australia would look like. … Continue reading

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Zai Jian to the Life of a Tai Tai

Tomorrow is my first day of paid employment since 2001. That’s right. I haven’t worked outside the home for over 11 and a half years. The last few weeks have been a little up and down as I have tried … Continue reading

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My Year in Review

Have I mentioned that I love Facebook. I love that I can interact with friends and family all over the world. I get to hear so much of what is happening in their lives that normally I would miss out. … Continue reading

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Rewriting Contracts

Today is my husband’s birthday. He took the day off work and we headed off to enjoy a lovely lunch together. We ordered some tapas, a glass of wine each … perfection. That is, until I started discussing contracts. To … Continue reading

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Time to Grow Up

I’ve been dreaming quite a bit recently. I remember them when I wake, try to puzzle it out a bit, roll over, fall back asleep and forget all about it. The other morning was different. I did the dreaming, the … Continue reading

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Blah!

Everyone in my household is excited at the moment. We have three weeks before we receive the keys to our new house. So exciting! So why am I not feeling it? I think it must be because I am a … Continue reading

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A Home!!

I am recycling pictures from a previous post as I am currently living without my usual robust connection to the internet.  I know I should be grateful to have internet but, as in all things, gratitude is momentary. Annoyances always … Continue reading

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