The Four Amigos hit Melbourne
Cousteau's Bluppet persuaded us to take the boys to Melbourne today. There isn't much more iconic Melbourne than Flinder's St Station, built in 1854 - the first railway station to be built in any Australian city, then called the Terminus. The fact that the Eureka Sky Tower, Melbourne's tallest building, made an appearance in this shot was a bonus.
I'm taking the boys on Camp tomorrow with a whole load of 13 year-olds. Who knows what they'll get up to?
Today has had fewer tears, although I did lose it a bit during Mass when they were singing beautiful Gregorian chant. I had to step outside for a moment. A sad acceptance is finally settling over me, which I guess is better than raw grief. The healing continues.