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Hi I am Annette and I live in Darwin Northern Territory Australia. I am married I have 6 children only one left at home. I love History,Family,
Pets Gardening, and People who do Good. I am wondering if the Almanac works for us who live in Australia. I am looking forward to getting to know all of you
We have some non-US posters. Welcome aboard.
I would love to visit Australia some day. Welcome !!
Hello and welcome!
I have 3 children, the last just graduated from HS. Married and have been a nurse for 32 years. I love my family, gardening, bird watching and time off from work! I'm located on the coast of NC.
Hop right on in and enjoy our lively conversation!
My name is Diane.Hailing from the smallest state in the Union. Rhode Island, married with 7 children and 4 (+ 1 more on the way)grandbabies. Welcome to you!
I am acting in a Cliical Nurse Educator position at the moment General Medical/Surgical love my job.
Hey if anybody wants to come to Darwin I
will show you around you will be most
welcome Look Darwin up on the Web for more info.Thanks for making me feel so welcome
G'day Nettie.. Welcome to our humble abode.. I use to live in NZed from 1971 to 1972. I went there on a working holiday and lived with my late brother, Stuart who lived there until he came back to the States in 1990... He was a nurse in Auckland.. He would've loved to chat with you here.. Pull up a chair and have your favourite drink and have fun.. Emily
New faces are always so welcome here! Always wonderful to have some fresh voices to share with! I'm Shelly from South Carolina....living in the blistering hot South!
Emily, I so love the pic you have of Stuie for your signature picture! Love to see your posts just so I can see his pic again! Thank you so much!
You have just come to join the best forum site on the web. I too am a non US member.
I'm Colin and live in Sussex, England. I am retired and love gardining, birdwatching and watching the world go by. If you want good company and have a sense of humour join us on the Labs, never know 'you' might find the trunk, but take care with YB he can't tell a nurse from a bear,come and join the crew we could do with someone sane.
You can touch the dust.
But don't write in it.