- Write up about the Anxiety apps that I have found about over the last month. I will try and do this in next couple of weeks.
- Get some craft supplies to start crafting ideas I’ve seen.
- Make sure my Winter clothes fit me…(We’re in Autumn at the moment, heading into Winter).
- Look into how to start drawing…I am such a visual person and I have wanted to start learning how to draw…I think it’d be perfect!…I’m also open to any suggestions.
- Look into doing a pyjama movie night for my birthday.
- Look for a frame that will fit 4 A4 size pictures in.
*This is entirely a random thought I had while drinking a cup of tea one day*
Rome wasn’t built in a day, the Civil Act took more than one march, Women to vote took more than one suffragette meeting.
Keep up the good fighting!
Let this be the last Vote for Yes when it comes the Marriage Equality!
In my little “town” (it’s South Australia main city) today is “Adelaide Cup” day. To break it down, instead of breaking it down into tinier stories. It’s a Public Holiday in South Australia (YAY) but it’s also the day in South Australia where our fanciest of the fanciest and the richest of the richest come out and take a bet on some horses.
The Adelaide Cup always takes place on the second Monday in March and it’s first run was in 1864. The first race usually takes places around lunch time and then continues at roughly 40 minute intervals for the rest of the afternoon/day.
Now this day does cause a lot of controversy, as you can probably imagine. That constant battle between “making” horses run and what can sometimes happen after the races. Also that eternal battle of do the horses really want to race? It’s also causes that big controversy of people needing to shop for everything in the whole supermarket, just in case…just in case, on that one public holiday day they run out of…stuff,lol
So readers, what do you think of racing? Horse racing or otherwise? Personally I am enthralled by car-racing, even though I don’t drive!
*If you do place a bet today, do so, responsibly*.
I have only just discovered that today is the 1st World Book Day (held on the 5th of March).
World Book Day with the association of James Paterson, there are ideas for school, parents and teachers. Schools and yourself can win lots of prizes, as well a strong focus on teens and young people…Go check it out!