18 June 2009

School Time Photos - Many Faces of Lisa

Well the many years of going to school, and the many faces of Lisa.

And More Photos

I wonder who this could???

Well look what my Mum gave to me..Some baby photos of me taken not long after I was born, Well once a sook always a sook they say, what do you reckon.

More Old Photos

Check out these ones.

These were taken in the late 1970's i reckon, when Santa Claus use to come around on the back of an old Landrover Ute, and until recently I found out that Santa Claus was actually played by my Dad.. I didn't have any idea till my mum told me.. Look at my beautiful blonde hair..

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17 June 2009

Old Photos

I went to see my Mum for a while this morning, and look what we found some old black & white photos of my Mum when she married my Dad...How much do I look like her, I look forward to your comments.

16 June 2009

New Layouts

1. This layout you have seen in an earlier post, but in Black, Pink and White, well this one is for my cousin in the colours she wanted which where Black, Silver and Red. I really hope she likes it.
2. This layout is called "MY MUM": This photo was taken back in July 2007 during one of my Friday night visits to her house, whilst Brett was working night work.
3. This layout is called "Balls Of Fun At Jumbos": Whilst my Cousin was visiting she spent a week in Port Macquarie with some family and they took her daughter Caitlin to Jumbos Play Centre at Port Macquarie.

Book Review: "Sophie's Journey" By Sally Collins

This is the story the Delezio Family wants to share with Australia.

It could have been anybody's child. Ten days before Christmas. A room of Children, napping on mattresses in their childcare centre, waiting for Santa to arrive. It's a peaceful scene, until a car crashes through the doors at head height, smashing into the midst of the sleeping children. The engine revs faster and faster; flames lick the ceiling.

Incredibly, no child was killed at the Roundhouse Childcare Centre on 15th December 2003. But Sophie Delezio bears the legacy of that day written on her body. Sophie suffered third-degree burns to 85 per cent of her body in the fire, She lost both feet, some fingers, and her right ear.

Her survival was a miracle to many. Two years later, the unthinkable happens - Sophie is hit by a car, and once again left with near-fatal injuries. Yet again, she defies the odds and survives.

Sophie's Journey traces the path of this remarkable young girl. It is told through the words of friends and family, hospital staff, emergency workers and high-profile supporters. The voices of Sophie's parents, Ron and Carolyn, run through the story, describing the twists and turns of their journey so far.

This book tells of a child's resilience, of the choice between life and death, and of a strength that prevails through suffering. Sophie Delezio has a message of hope for us all, This is her story.