It is the last day of summer today and I wanted to get out of the house and make the most of the last of the summer sunshine. I know I need my sunnies and hat on in the sun so I was trying to put them on but Mum makes it look a lot easier than it is! At least I’ll have a second summer this year to get it right.
Archive for February, 2011
Whenever Papi can he gives me my night time bath, then wraps me up tightly in a towel and takes me to Mum saying: “Look what I’ve found. It’s a little baby!” Then Mum exclaims “What a beautiful baby!” and gives me a big kiss. It’s a game I never get sick of!
We are all dressed in Crusaders colours today showing our support for the people of Canterbury. Loads of kiwis all over the world are doing the same. Get the word out and let Christchurch know we’re here for them.
For the ‘Cloak the Country in Canterbury Colours’ facebook page click here.
NZ Red Cross: www.redcross.org.nz/donate
The Salvation Army: Freephone 0800530000
The Auckland University Students Association street appeal outside its Student Union building.
You can donate to the Christchurch SPCA Pet Emergency Earthquake Fund through Westpac’s account: 030802 0586429 00.
Paw Justice are sending food shipments to Christchurch for pets affected by the quake. Make a $3 donation by texting FOOD to 4662.
Donations to the Rotary New Zealand Canterbury Earthquake Appeal can be made via:
Any offers of goods and services should be forwarded to the National Crisis Management Centre (NCMC) in Wellington. The email address is email@example.com
The Crown Relocations lady came around to plan our move and gave me a book about living in the US and a red football. After she left Mum and I put the ball to good use and played a few living room based matches with my high chair as one set of goal posts and the clothes rack as the other.
We are looking for a new home for Diva the Captiva. She is only two weeks older than me and is just as shiny and smiley.
The blue one or the black one?
I decided to have Nike moment today and “Just Did It”. All I needed was the swoosh symbol on my dress and a camera crew with steady cam.