The Week That Was…

Next week is a birthday week in our family. My youngest son turns 14 on Monday and my oldest son turns 16 on Thursday. Cake all round! And this also means…back to the L plates!

Speaking of youngest son, he and several other lads shaved their heads in front of the school yesterday for Shave for a Cure. They raised close to $4000 for the charity. Some people might think that it’s easy for boys to shave their heads but this was not an easy decision for my son. As a parent of boys and a girl, I have noted that my sons are just as interested in looking their best as their sister is, so shearing off his hair, in front of a crowd, shows a strength and confidence within my youngest that makes me quite proud of him.

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Joke of the week:

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Book of the week:

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Blogging highlight of the week:

Interviewing Catherine Noske, author of The Salt Madonna.

And…

Being interviewed myself on a piece about the Australian Women Writers Challenge for Underground Writers.

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Beautiful photo of the week:

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What I’m reading right now:

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Until next week… 😊☕📚

9 thoughts on “The Week That Was…

  1. Love the photo, and love the hazy background of the harbour bridge.
    Lots of birthdays here too. March is a very popular birthday month. My mum’s was last Tuesday, brother-in-law was 2 days ago, my nieces daughters was yesterday, my daughter’s birthday is tomorrow and son-in-laws niece (the little girl he and my daughter are looking after indefinitely) will be 8 this coming Thursday.
    Good on your son for shaving his head for a good cause!

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