"Bandit saved my life around 4 am this morning, he woke me up (I don't know how long he may have been trying to wake me) and I couldn't get up and I was really sweaty and weak. I asked him to get my meter and he did, my blood sugar was at 30 (this is very dangerous and can cause diabetic coma, if he didn't wake me up I may have not woken up again). I asked Bandit to get me juice so he did. Then I was able to get up to get more to eat. I love this dog!!"
Giving up acting Samuel? At 38 years of age? Bit soon wouldn't you say? All power to you but don't go cutting off your nose to spite your face dear brother. LYS needs you full time, I won't lie, but I need a Sam with a full belly because I know hangry doesn't suit you. Did you think about this? Were you drunk? There's no rule against you talking to me before you make such a big decision. You and your tanties, you should've grown out of them by now silly. So Samuel, let's talk. In your retirement post you lost your manners a bit. Like most everybody out there, I've been known to drop the odd f-bomb myself, but do we really need to do this in public? Do I have to bring the swear jar out again? We have worked hard to build a platform from which we can speak and be heard. Do you really want to put people off by being crass and, frankly, lazy? Just because swearing is everywhere doesn't mean you have to say yes to it. You might think it gives you street cred but have you thought that it might actually be diluting our message? I'm happy for people to swear as much as they like in our feeds, we all know that cancer makes you want to swear if it does nothing else, but we need to attract corporate support to help us win the war against cancer - that's all that matters here. Wash out your mouth with soap young man and get on with the job. All that being said dear brother, I'm so proud of you and so touched that you would make such a personal sacrifice for me and all the other Aussie's like me. You really are an ok bloke. I'll keep you for a bit longer. XXConnie http://eepurl.com/bMaO9f
So a health risk to the hideous Cardinal Pell (George is his name his 'title' is a joke) if he flies from Rome to Australia to give evidence/face questioning in a Royal Comission into the Catholic Churches appalling sexual abuse on children . He conveniently risks a heart attack if he flies. I say put him on a plane, then a helicopter and then finish off with a ride on a paper plane from 20,000 feet.
Today marks 700 days and 100 weeks since William was stolen from his family who hope beyond hope that their little boy will be found and returned to their loving arms.
William’s abduction is not okay. It’s not okay to hurt a child. It’s not okay to hurt this family by abducting their beautiful little boy.
Australia, we need to find William and we need to find him now! If you know anything about William's abduction, please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or contact their online reporting page nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Any information is vital. You can remain anonymous! For information about William please visit www.whereswilliam.org #MakeTheCall #WheresWilliam #BringHimHome #WilliamTyrrell
A true hero! "On our way back from tour this morning, we came across this juvenile male Benguela Dolphin, still alive on the beach. It's not clear how he ended up on there in the first place. After a quick assessment and measurements, I attempted to get him swimming again. I was not very hopeful, but as soon as he got into water and realized where he was he took off like a bullet. Nice. I'll do a drive past the same area again later just to make sure he hasn't returned again" via Pelican Point Kayaking
"Last week we brought our 6 year old son, River, to the Clarks Village outlet store in Street to be measured for school shoes. Being autistic, he really struggles with crowds, long queues and noisy places. The store was heaving! I knew there was no way he would cope with that environment so I explained the situation to a member of staff. Without hesitation, Aaran led us away from the noise and crowds to a staff room and placed a Do Not Disturb sign on the door. He was very patient with River, who was anxious, and went and got lots of different shoes for him to try on. We left with a great pair of shoes, a very happy boy- and Aaran also gave us the store number and said they'd happily book us an appointment before the store opens so that it's quiet. Autism acceptance at it's best!! Thank you Clarks in Street, and a massive thanks to the shop assistant Aaran Daniel." (Credit:Facebook/Gem Salter via Clarks Shoes) #9Today
We are so proud to see Cadbury Ambassador Anna Meares carrying the flag for the Australian Olympic Team at the Opening Ceremony! Best of luck to all of our Aussie athletes representing our country in Rio. We'll be cheering you on! #FreeTheJoy #OneTeam #Rio2016