Tuesday, May 04, 2010


reunion [riːˈjuːnjən] n. the act or process of coming together again.

To avoid car seat swapping and nightmare vehicle logistics, the best way to catch up with an old school friend while away in Tassie was at the airport.

After a few attemps at a catch up, we finally agreed (to the ingenious suggestion of my gorgeous friend) to meet at the transit lounge while we waited for our plane back to Melbourne.

So, Rochelle complete with her children Kaitlin, Izak and Matilda, met for coffee, expensive airport food and a hundred or so other travellers.

And between purchasing, eating, taking kids to the toilet, changing nappies, and ensuring our children were within 3 metres of us, we were able to chat.

And as if there wasn't enough going on, there was riveting entertainment.

By our children.

1 comment:

  1. gorgeous photos and yes, it was just wonderful to catchup. We are still laughing about the posh pose, kids asked me today what is posh? Challenging definition to give. You have not changed since school, and neither would you want to, you have always been a delightful person, and somehow manage to only see the good in people and situations. I have always loved that about you, and I hope that our freindship lasts forever. Look forward to our next catch up, no matter how brief it is. Love to you all,



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