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bringing locals together, that live in Australia, im from Sydney & id like to organise gettting vegan/vegetarian friends from this web site together, at my house & alternating homes or choosing public venues, if you'd rather not host from home. the concept is to get together in a small group of 4-8 adults, sharing recipes & cooking together, some yummy healthy meals, while at the same time, enjoying each others company & planning for a healthier happier earth, by spreading the good word, of the kind Life :)
If u live in any Australian city, join this forum & start making contacts. time to start living, and that means sharing & caring for each other :)
If you are visiting an Australian city from overseas, please make contact with a local & join us for a meal, my house is open to anyone from this web site, whose either a local or visiting from overseas :) dont pay for accom, when u can stay with a friend, is my motto.
John Petan, Alexandria SYDNEY AUSTRALIA
Sewing a wedding gown can be one of the most exciting projects you'll ever undertake, regardless of whether it's for yourself, for your daughter, or for a friend. Some people sew one, and after it's finished, can't wait for the next opportunity to sew another. Other people find themselves involved in a much bigger project than they'd ever anticipated and feel slightly (or totally!) overwhelmed until the last stitch is put in.
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