Guest steve&tracy

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    Guest steve&tracy

    The hardest part is here. The tears and heart ache is worse than I could have ever thought. I still can not believe we are doing this!!

     

    BUT.... not once have I thought we are doing the wrong thing, even though the tears now.

     

    I am dreading today but looking forward to tomorrow!!

     

    Good luck to those still here and Hello to everybody there!

     

    Tracy x

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    Just take a deep breath, enjoy your time and look forward to getting here.

     

    Just think of all the holidays people will have now that you are coming here.

     

    Have a safe journey x

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    Guest Guzzler&Sas

    Hi guys

    There is no way you can prepare for the goodbyes, it is all part of the process. See you soon

    cheers

    sas

    :wubclub:

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    The hardest part is here. The tears and heart ache is worse than I could have ever thought. I still can not believe we are doing this!!

     

    BUT.... not once have I thought we are doing the wrong thing, even though the tears now.

     

    I am dreading today but looking forward to tomorrow!!

     

    Good luck to those still here and Hello to everybody there!

     

    Tracy x

     

    Tracy and Steve,

     

    The good byes are hard there is no doubt. As soon as your on the flight the sadness will ease then you can look forward to your new life. Have a great flight and be sure to get in touch when your here.

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    Guest louiesmum

    Hi

     

    You're on your way now good luck & see you over here . Get in touch when you are here, & are a little more settled etc. Hope the flight go ok

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    Hi tracy,

     

    We know the feeling we were doing tghe same thing 4 weeks ago and it is so difficult. Just get on that plane and think about your new life. Have a safe journey.

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    Guest steve&tracy

    Thanks everyone, only a few more hours until on the plane. It means alot to us that you p.i.a members are out there and here giving us support.

    Tracy

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    Guest sprayer

    The goodbye's are the bit i'm dreading.

     

    All the best with your new life. It will be worth it.:)

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    Guest ems

    Have a great flight you guys and enjoy your new adventure.

    Emma +

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    Guest dave&jacky

    Hi

     

    We know how you feel, we havejust spent the last 5 days saying goodbye to friends family and to each other, I finished work last Thursday, we had a farewell party on friday for friends and family, Dave said his goodbyes to his Mum and then had to leave me and our daughter at Heathrow on Sunday, he is now on his way to Adelaide and should almost be landing very soon.

     

    It has been a very tearful weekend, with more to come. I am not flying out until the 28th August so I have yet to say farewell to my family and daughter.

     

    I now have the lovely job of packing everything up, although I am off to Portugal this weekend for a week to spend some time with my sister. It will be good to get away from all the packing and farewells and just sit back and relax for a week.

     

    It is very hard saying farewll, but you have to stay positive and take the best wishes with you.

     

    It wil be hard leaving our home where we have spent 29 happy years but it's want we want to do and now is the time to do it.

     

    Dave wil be starting his new job on Monday 14th July and I only wish I was there with him but time will fly with all the packing and sorting out to do.

     

    I wish everyone well who moves out to Australia and will be there soon enough to share the experience and start a new chapter in our lives.

     

    Good luk and hope to meet up with some of you soon.

     

    Jacky (from Dave&Jacky) at home, sat in the cold and watching it poor down!

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    Guest katsmajic

    The goodbyes are definately the hardest bit, it must be difficult being stuck in limbo land now, but take consulation that it is pouring down here too.;)

     

    Hi

     

    We know how you feel, we havejust spent the last 5 days saying goodbye to friends family and to each other, I finished work last Thursday, we had a farewell party on friday for friends and family, Dave said his goodbyes to his Mum and then had to leave me and our daughter at Heathrow on Sunday, he is now on his way to Adelaide and should almost be landing very soon.

     

    It has been a very tearful weekend, with more to come. I am not flying out until the 28th August so I have yet to say farewell to my family and daughter.

     

    I now have the lovely job of packing everything up, although I am off to Portugal this weekend for a week to spend some time with my sister. It will be good to get away from all the packing and farewells and just sit back and relax for a week.

     

    It is very hard saying farewll, but you have to stay positive and take the best wishes with you.

     

    It wil be hard leaving our home where we have spent 29 happy years but it's want we want to do and now is the time to do it.

     

    Dave wil be starting his new job on Monday 14th July and I only wish I was there with him but time will fly with all the packing and sorting out to do.

     

    I wish everyone well who moves out to Australia and will be there soon enough to share the experience and start a new chapter in our lives.

     

    Good luk and hope to meet up with some of you soon.

     

    Jacky (from Dave&Jacky) at home, sat in the cold and watching it poor down!

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    Guest Michelle Woody

    hi tracey/steve,:wubclub:

    first of all congats i hope everything went well, how has it been?

    my family have just started to make enquiries about moving to oz.

    i'm blind to all the jargon and processes. however, looking at your dates and process (although i don't know what the initials mean) yours seems to have move on quite well. is this so and what order do you do things in? what route did you take and what are your ages & professions?

    i'm 34, a qualified social worker currently working in a specialist youth offending team. my husband john is 42 and a civil (& deep civil) engineer, my children pascale 13, brodie 8 and bailey 7. we live in liverpool and were initally thinking of keep are property here and renting.

    can you enlighten me.

    look forward to hearing from you.

    cheers michelle

    :unsure:but:jiggy:

     

     

    The hardest part is here. The tears and heart ache is worse than I could have ever thought. I still can not believe we are doing this!!

     

    BUT.... not once have I thought we are doing the wrong thing, even though the tears now.

     

    I am dreading today but looking forward to tomorrow!!

     

    Good luck to those still here and Hello to everybody there!

     

    Tracy x

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