All Eyes on a Boomer

Sunday, 22 February 2009

FAME-Makes a woman think things over!

Create Fake Magazine Covers with your own picture at

Yes, Debbie finally made it! [Thanks bev] This marvellous experience can also be YOURS!
Your face, on the cover of a magazine, for al the world to see. How cool is that? I'd stopped by Beverly Mahone's Blog;
I came across this cool item. So easy to use and soooooooo much fun! You can purchase your own copy once you've finished, and share with all your mates. When will I, will I be famous?

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

H2O Fed To Aussie bear-

"How much can a koala bear??" This fireman lends a loving hand...he said she/he drank 3 bottles of water!
It's not your average photo, and not an average koala bear. This gorgeous picture was shown right across all TV News channels here in Australia today, and thanks to my Victorian BBDiva,Kathie M Thomas;Author and Founder of Virtual Assistance here in OZ, I was able to share here with the rest of the world.
As we still keep a close eye on the fires, and continue to watch in horror the images generated from all various media outlets, all we can do is pray. Australians have been pulling together, doing whatever they can to help those who have fallen victim to this disaster. I was about to say 'natural disaster', but as each hour passes, we are hearing adamant word now that these fires were helped along by the hands of arsonists!
There will be charges laid when they are found, our Prime Minister speaking openly, declaring this an act of MASS MURDER, and am sure like me, many would agree!
As the search continues for people still missing, it's a very anxious and nerve-wrecking wait. Tents are lined up in various townships, making use of Football grounds as their make-shift home, to hundreds!!Donations have been pouring in from all over the Nation, and around the globe, every little bit helps. We still have fires burning, some caused from lightening strikes, and they are moving about, in and out of the bushland in Victoria's , 19 blazes still out near Yea area being fuelled by 70km winds, but firefighters are joining hands from NSW and other states to get these under control. Keep up the prayers!