Even though I know you wont beable to read this straight away I still want to post it. Ihave been very concerned about you and George your Dad. Yvonne Street has kept me as up to dte as she coud. She must be a very good friend of yours. have been in a bad flood but missed the kind of desaster you have suffered. Our house was built about3 feet of the ground and we watched the water creep up to the second step. I even sawgood sized fifs swim by our back door. It was time for us to seek higher groundand only just made it before the bridge washed out. No water got in the house. I know you had about 5 feet of water and lost all your furniture and belongings and it grieves me especially as I am so far from you and unable to help. Joey dont ever doubt my love for you and your Dad Uncle Patrick
Gorgina and Goirge I just watched the BBC World News and a lot of it was devoted to the floods in the Brisbane area. I know you are a little distance from Brisbane but the heavy rain must have taken a toll in your area. I am worried please if you can let us know how you are.
Love Uncle Patrick
Joey I was browsing and came across a web site called Ipswich Buisness Women and as hard as I searched I could not find you on it. Yes it is Ipswich Australia. There were about 150 pictures and I looked at them all. Do have a fine day I am going to bedinthe next hour.
Just to tell you my chocolate making has a lot to be desired. How-ever Andrew likes it and so do I. next I am going to try a tooti-fruity chocolate. I may have to have an open door to the little room, we will see. When I get a marketable product I will send you pictures and a recipe. U. P.