GuruAnn Blog

Hume City Councillor, this site is authorised by Fran Wallace, 10 Gibbons St Sunbury

Sunday, May 30, 2004

We won, I was there, more to follow

Thursday, May 27, 2004

Yeah, Yeah I'm slack, must update more often. Last week I mentioned that I wasn't well, so the Dr trotted me off for various tests, I also have a really sore shoulder so he ordered me to have an ultrasound. It appears that I could possibly have a condition called Frozen Shoulder or adhesive capsulitis for those scientifically minded. On reading up on it, it doesn't sound too nice, and I can't get an appointment with a specialist for 2 months grrrrrrrrrrr.

Of to Sydney on Saturday morning with Cher to see the Swannies hopefully beat the Bulldogs.

Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Well, I have been crook, not just a little but the whole virus/flu thingy. The Dr ordered blood tests etc yesterday as he fears that I could have some weird tropical disease. All I know is that I feel like shite and won't get back to work till next Monday.

After my 3o minute conversation with Tim Blair from The Bulletin I got one quote in the article.

Even so, admits McGuire, "they'll turn feral" if the losses continue. Ann Potter, a Melbourne-based Sydney Swans supporter, believes Collingwood rage could rise up within the fortnight: "If they lose two more games, you'll see them turn. They take it so seriously."

Back to the sick bed for now.

Sunday, May 16, 2004

Today was spent watching "Grass Roots" Footy, firstly Jarrod's under 12 Sunbury Lions team played Gisborne, the boys lost the game but fought bravely. Jarrod scored a goal, which brings him up to a goal a game so far.

We then ventured to Werribee to watch my nephew Callan line up for the Werribee Tigers Reserves, they won, Callan got about 5 minutes ground time as he is returning from injury. Last week he lined up for Rupertswood and kicked 7 goals, so he is on his way back.

My venture into reality TV is my annual pilgrimage to watch Big Brother, I was shocked tonight to see Aphrodite voted out, I was sure it would be Igor. Well I suppose it will only be another week till he is gone, now that this has hit the newspapers.

Saturday, May 15, 2004

Yeah, I have been really slack. Just haven't had the time to update plus I never really thought that anyone read what I had to say, how wrong I was.

Last night I received an email from Tim Blair from The Bulletin Magazine asking me for an interview in regards to comments I made about the Swans V Collingwould Practice Match way back in February, so today he called me and asked me a few questions about my views of Collingwould supporters, and of course I was honest ;-)). If he sees my comments worthy of print they will be in this weeks edition.