Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Autralia Day

Here's what I got on-line about what Australia Day is: January 26 has traditionally marked the landing of Captain Arthur Phillip at Port Jackson in present-day Sydney, thereby claiming Australia for the British Empire. Early settlers, perhaps naturally, marked the anniversary.

But for Australia today, it seems to have morphed into the day most sick days are taken and the grill gets fired up for some serious aussie babie.

Since Hubby was still in Cambodia, Grandma and Pop came over with some meats to celebrate Australia Day.

The kids were having fun laying on the ground with Molly watching Pop cook the meats. Then after dinner Grandma broke smashed the Peppermint Crisp and poured it all over the pavlova.


YUM!
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