As much as I’d like to say I’ve been to London to visit the Queen, the closest I can get is I’ve been to Canberra to visit the Prime Minister. Well, not actually visit the Prime Minister. More like drive past the places where he lives and works when he is in Canberra – although in a totally non-stalking kind of way, of course.
Well, I’m glad we cleared that up.
Over the past two months I have been running around in circles (mentally and at times physically) dealing with end of school year commitments for my children, Christmas, New Year, school holidays, a family engagement and trying to convince my husband that not getting air conditioning installed is equivalent to spousal neglect.
Now that the kids have returned to school, Christmas is a vague memory and the weather is no longer so scorching hot that I feel like I’m melting, all of the above issues seemed to have resolved themselves and I can get back on track to begin posting regular reviews and updates here at Reading Upside Down. So, brace yourselves for some regular posts and a few minor changes in the layout and content here at Reading Upside Down. More details soon.by