Wow – isn’t this Easter quite different!
But – you know what? It wasn’t so bad… Getting closer for our little family of 4 is something I wanted before I had my second child. It’s nice to look out the window and see Jack helping his father unload all the fencing, carrying fence posts that are 3 times his size, he’s definitely a little machine… Look out Herbert River Crushers a new front rower in the making!
Some of the things I am greatful for this Easter are how wonderful some of our small businesses are in the Hinchinbrook Shire. I had a knock at my door the other day – it was Karen Venables, owner of JK’s delicatessen in Herbert Street, Ingham 4850. This beautiful soul dropped off a wonderful fruit and veggie box with some of the most amazing chocolate I’ve ever tasted in my life! I am super greatful to Karen, Jared and their three beautiful daughter’s for that lovely gesture this Easter, I don’t know whether Jack was more excited for the broccoli or chocolate haha.
I’m greatful that we ate like kings today – the lasagne, chicken and spaghetti, prawns, garlic prawns, salad (which I ate none of by the way for the first time ever) crumbed and battered fish and the list goes on. It’s safe to say I had the best nap ever today!
I think through all of this COVID-19 drama we could possibly come out of this stronger, collectively and as individuals. That’s usually what happens – you know, a massive shock to the system will usually make or break a person… It will take ages for the world to get back to exactly the same as it was but maybe having to live simply will make us appreciate the finer things more.
And on that note my nearly 3 year old is trying to go all WWE on his 11 month old brother’s ass. 🤦♀️ things are getting hectic! Remember – stay home, stay well, we will all get through this together!