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02-06-2009 12:45 hour
Kathryn Milich ( Dargaville )

Hi dee hi Gardiners, I was having a quick check in during my lunch break and noticed your pictures on the beach brrrrrr.  It was a totally fffreeezing weekend, we went down to the southern rugby club to watch the game and I truly think Kories lips were purple, sipping on coke, eating hot chips and no jacket!!!  Sheesh you 7 year old boys are tough!  Have a great week with your dad Rory!  Take care, love and wellness to you all from Kathryn xox

02-06-2009 11:45 hour
Sharon Strongman ( Whangarei , Aotearoa - NZ )

...Kia Ora Rory & Kia Ora 2 All Of Your Whanau 2. I have not met you b4, but that's kool. Next time I am in Auckland, I will take the time to come visit you. My name is Sharon Strongman & I am a first cuzzy to your Grandad Alan Gardiner. I was sitting in my Dad'd Pyramid recently, doing some meditation & I too, decided to light a candle for you where the healing light will travel 2 you. I've also looked through all the awesome photos and what beautiful photos they are. In each of them you have a lovely, beaming smile upon your face. What an inspiration you are to us all. The eye patch looks way kool too!!!!  Keep that beautiful smile happening. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Kia Kaha.   Love & Light. Sharon. X X 

01-06-2009 19:40 hour
Sandra Parker ( Waihue RD )

Hi Rory and family how are things goin. Its good to see and hear that you are doin so well. It really wet out here at Waihue. Mow the lawns and nearly lose the lawnmower in the mud. I m really busy right now with Daffodil Day coming up in Aug. We are doing some fundrising at my work in Dargaville. Its all to help people like you and I. You keep up with that smile my friend.
Sandra Parker

01-06-2009 18:02 hour
Newman-Horne Family ( Waihue,Dargaville , NZ )

Hey Guys, Hope you had a nice relaxing weekend, good to here you like the teddy. have a good week.  from the Newman-Hornes

01-06-2009 09:16 hour
jason wendy logan & mikayla ( np )

well hi there guys, just had to send another message to let you know how much snow we had falling at our place yesterday, yep we were fully white and cold too.  logan got to go to a birthday party at friends that live just as high under the mountain as us up carrington rd, and we have photos of the kids sliding around on the deck in the snow with their shorts on while it was snowing - some even braved the elements with bare feet - totally mad i tell you the lot of them!!!!  and then to top it all off we went to my brothers for tea after the party and when we arrived home we just got inside turned the lights on and arghhhhh the power went off !!! so cold and dark we hunted out candles and got the fire restoked and put pots etc of water on top to boil - no baby bottles were ready for poor mikayla -"   but hey we had fun and managed to rough it "up in them thar hills" - us hillbillies are pretty darn good when it comes to no power - it happens a lot up here for some reason.  anyhow today it is really pretty to see all the white snow everywhere.  pleased to hear you are still doing great rory - and hope you have heaps of fun on your long weekend home, love from your naki cousins

31-05-2009 22:26 hour
Miss Barr ( Tewantin , Australia )

Hi Rory & Family,
Hope most of the head itching has stopped by now and that you enjoy your extra day at home tomorrow.  I start my course tomorrow, we don't get Queen's Birthday weekend off until next weekend.
How did the slime go with Dr Laws?  I wish I had kept some for when I came through customs, the man there was quite grumpy and I thought I it might have made him smile.
I found a whoopie cushion this week, so as promised, I'll post it this week.  Try not to cause too much mischief with it when it arrives, but you are most welcome to blame any mischief on me if you wish.
Have a great week.  Miss Barr

31-05-2009 07:00 hour
Brenda

Hi you guys, I'm hoping that you are having a really nice weekend. It is good that the horrible rain hasn't shown up. Your doing an amazing job. Our worker is away this weekend so I have to feed the pigs with my boys. We went up the hill to tip them some scraps and Ethan ran all the way up and I could hear the pigs squealing, when I got there I found Ethan trying to catch one for a cuddle! Gaaarrryyy, is what he has called his pig. from Sponge Bob. So I got him out of the pen, fed the pigs (who were shivering in the corner) then went to leave. Ethan had to be first down the hill. I watched him thunder down to the bottom, and I was thinking "At that speed, he's going to do a face plant!" and sure enough he did! Right into the muddiest part of the paddock. The mother in me was shocked and waited for the cry, the witness in me smiled, it looked hilarious. The cry never came, Rueben was down there with him and he was laughing at the sight of his brother with mud all over his face. Lucky it didn't hurt Ethan cause by the time I got there, Ethan was laughing too although he was telling us it wasn't funny because the mud was also in his mouth. Enjoy the rest of your weekend guys. Brenda

30-05-2009 12:12 hour
Donna Strongman ( Papakura , NZ )

Hi Rory, you don't know me - my name's Donna Strongman - your Grandfather (Alan Gardiner) is my first cousin.  We are all praying for your comfort during your time of being unwell.  My mother, Hilary Strongman fills me in on how you're getting on whenever I speak to her on the phone.  Take care Rory! Love from us all in Papakura. 

28-05-2009 21:10 hour
Trudi Johnston ( Dargaville , New Zealand )

Howdy doody!  I am pretty glad I was not there to witness the elephant doing poos! That would have grossed me out!  Kody would have gagged, that would have probably sent Ben off and Stella would have cried...not what I would call a good day!  But I do enjoy the zoo.  Auckland has so many cool things to see and do.  Well the planning for the head shave day 13th June 2009 is in full swing! Hopefully it all runs according to plan.  Travel safely tomorrow and have a wonderful weekend at HOME!!!!!! P.S Your Nana and Grandad look and sound cool! xxx

28-05-2009 20:40 hour
Venee Mortimer ( Whangarei )

Just wanted to say - I think Leigh you are doing aa amazing job keeping us all informed. I check in lots - but don't usually leave message (bit like phones really) Our thoughts are with you all - (even with less hair) I too remember the fun at Playcentre - scavengner hunts would have to be a favourite & Tess is still totally keen on butterflies. Enjoy your time at home. Safe travels guys, Vx.