"See, we’ll go over there next. There’s a little place we can get lunch at and then—"
"Do they serve firewhiskey there?"
Lucy Karoonda showing Glenda Chittock a few of the places they would be visiting while in Australia. Taken by Igraine Andrews before joining her friends.
-she nods- That’s what she told me. I mean it makes sense, I would love children and I’m terrified of whether I would actually be a good mum, so she’s had all my worries. But she told me that as soon as that baby is born, everything just works
Right…-givers her a small smile- Well, thank you. For telling me that. She sounds lovely.
You’ve got your demons and darlin’ they all look like me.
"I was excited when they asked me to present this award because no one knows more about dramatic males than I do"
I am indeed, oh they are the sweetest things. Well, I mean she doesn’t really work, her husband has a very well paid job. But she manages a lot of the time on her own whilst she is away. I babysit of course as much as I can. They are a lot to handle, don’t get me wrong and trust me I’ve asked her the same question. But she just said to me, that it just works, she never believed she’d be able to handle it. Not even one, let alone three, but she said as soon as they were born everything just fell in sync and it all came naturally.
She’s a stay at home mum, then? -nods in silence as she listens to her- So everything just came naturally after a while? I’ve heard that’s how it can be.
Two and four, little rascals they are. But I wouldn’t have it any other way -she grins-
-laughs- They sound adorable. You must be very excited. If you don’t mind my asking, how does your sister handle it? Two small children and one on the way?