Travelling can be really hard work sometimes. And the only way to wind down at the end of a very long and tiring day is to have a massage.
So, I went and visited with Nicholas from Best Ever Health Therapies.
Here I am getting pampered, and really looked after. Nicholas is so good. Good strong hands, firm massage from beginning to end, very relaxing. I think I even fell asleep the massage was so good.
These massages are worth driving across town for.
Anyone wanting a massage CALL Nicholas today!!
Thank You Nicholas!
In preparation for my overseas travels, it is very important that I have a backpack that can carry the letter of introduction and other essentials with me.
Stacey and I went into St Vincent De Paul and here we met the most lovely lady who wanted to know all about me and the book project. So, my very first day out and already I get to talk with amazing people about what we are doing.
This is really exciting!
Sitting around the dinner table one night, a group of dedicated authors (Yes, the authors of the 1000 Ripple Effects Book Project) gave me a name. "Manni Ripples" has been born.
If this is your very first time meeting me, then I say "Hello! and Welcome!"
From the moment I have joined this project with Stacey Huish, I have had fun. :)
I will tell you about the fun times I have had in other blog posts. There are a few.
I am representing all the kids out there in the world. I will be travelling around, meeting people, visiting different places and countries, all to promote the 1000 Ripple Effects Book Project. There will be a letter in my backpack which you can read. I will be talking with all sorts of different people, because I want everyone to know Just how important these stories are to these kids.
You will recognise me, because I have a picture of the book cover on my T-Shirt.
If you see me on the street, please stop and say "Hello!" to me. I would love to have a photo with you.