This week has been a pretty good one, though I should be saying that it has been great, given what day it is today.
Monday night’s growth group finale for the term was a social. We got together at the Carroll’s place for dinner. We had pizza from Crust with a range of different pizzas; entrée & mains, but no dessert. For dessert we enjoyed a great range: mini lemon meringue pies made by
Wednesday evening I got out to
Thursday was a quiet day at work, which was actually quite surreal, being the day before the Easter weekend. I even managed to get away from the office over lunch to fight the north-bound traffic as I made my way up to
Friday morning, it was an early wakeup and final pack before heading up the mountain to
Friday lunch we got out to eat at Leura Gourmet, a very popular little cafe on the main street. There was a good 10-20 minute wait for a seat. I had the slow cooked lamb shanks on a bed of mash, which was plentiful and delicious.
I have been giving out plenty of Cadbury Creme Eggs, and tonight was told that I always have a bag full of goodies, which I think is a good thing to be known for…
Another thing I’ve found really hard up here is spending time with my family. I mean it’s a great privilege to spend time away with my family, but as a single guy staying with 2 married couples, I do find it hard. It’s also difficult when church friends are doing things together and all serving and staying together, to not be able to hang out with them, or even be invited along to things…
So during the afternoons, I’ve been watching some AFL: Swans vs Dockers and Roos vs Giants, reading books & comics and playing iPad games. I had planned to catch up with
This week ahead should be interesting as the week is shorter, meaning more work to be squeezed in, as well as reviewing