Happy New Year
IT’S the start of a New Year and the beginning of new adventures.
I hope everyone had a great Christmas with friends and family.
As for me, I didn’t get a drone from Santa. I instead received a calligraphy set. The only issue was I am a leftie and the pen set was near impossible to use in my left.
Who would have thought a pen was made for right-handers only?
The set was returned and the retail staff were not impressed with the return. It makes me think, did you get a present that was broken or you weren’t able to use it?
Let us know at Town and Country about your defective presents.
The welcome rain has given the region a good soaking. For me I had 300mm and my property is looking green and alive.
You have probably noticed the paper is looking a bit thin this week. The team at Rural Weekly will be back onboard next week.
I am looking forward to a new and exciting year reporting on events in and around Childers. I will again be available on Monday’s, Thursday’s and Friday’s in Childers and Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s in Bundaberg.
If you have any upcoming events or you have a lead for a story, contact Town and Country to get your story out.
I have been lapping up the Big Bash 20/20 series. It was shameful to witness Chris Gayle’s actions towards a sports reporter.
I can understand why women don’t become sports reporters. It has divided the cricket community, what do you think?
Let us know at Town and Country.
Jodie Martin I can understand why women don’t become sports reporters.