There’s a first time for everything, including eating a giant blue cake that your sister and her friend have been eyeing off all day.
This little 70th shindig was in the family, a few morning presents and an afternoon surprise party replete with puppies and chocolate cake – what a feast for the eyes!
Frank is one of the great characters of the area who has lived an adventurous life. Back in the 70’s he traveled the world and saw places that were off the beaten track and which are now too dangerous to visit.
He then decided to settle in Western Australia and now calls Bridgetown home.
into the baby blue pram goes…
1 pink purse
2 racing cars
‘Ok, do you have everything you need?’
down the hall goes baby blue pram
and confronts the top of the stairs…
‘Mom, you carry.’
The King was in the living room, counting all his toys.
His mum was in the kitchen making brekkie for the boys.
Dad was on the sofa nursing a sore head.
And Kingsley Mckenzie Williams said, ‘Play with me instead.’
Mother’s Day, 13 May 2018
Sean and Norma spent a number of years in Guinea learning to drum and dance whilst living in the remote rural communities. They now run a local drum and dance company Djembemoves based in Bridgetown, WA
It’s about Derek Knight. The former owner of Bridgetown Aerated Waters. Such a nice guy and a great local story.
His family has been here for generations right back to settlement camps in Manjimup back in the 1920’s. After school he moved into the soda business after working for his father.