Wednesday, February 13, 2008

sorry

(image from theage.com.au)

you leave the country for a measly eighteen months and it turns into a place you're proud to belong to.

i have so much hope for what australia might become.

i wish i was there for these historic events.

6 comments:

itchy said...

when I got to work yesterday they were playing 'From Little Things, Big Things Grow' on the radio, and i thought "it's going to be a good day."

then i found out about the racism of some of my colleagues and the day got less good.

the end.

Anonymous said...

hey, the library is getting it on dvd - I will send you a copy!!
xo vta

groteaux said...

hmmm - you leave oz, it turns into a place you're proud to belong to ...

could there be a message there?

only jokin g- it was a good day, tho i didn't see any of the speeches as me and hte poet's relative's wife were too concerned with implementing the new curriculum

had first writing class yesterday - cmae home with a renewed love of teaching - hooray!

BBB said...

A fabbo day, despite the lingering and erradicable racism of a minority.

A very important day for Oz.

Epponnee-Rae said...

itchy - aw, that's a good song. sorry the rest of the day wasn't up to scratch. maybe i'm glad i'm here - alone in my happy bubble.


vta - ta, but i found the age's website to be v. useful. i webstreamed the vid and cried.

Epponnee-Rae said...

groteaux - oy! rude!

glad you are enjoying teaching again. you know you've always been my hero and everything i would like to be - i can fly higher than an eagle. . .


bbb - yes, very exciting! i tried to whip up some excitement here, but most ppl didn't get it. not enough context.