Always said it was a dodgy suburb. Should have bought in gosnells. Time to upgrade your cats to a german shepard 2.0 or a rockweiler 3.0
You want me to throw rocks weil the cats cower in fear? I doubt any suburb is safe really.
Mum always told me to keep all my paperwork (bills etc) in a nice, neat file so that I could easily reference them for later use. Of course now my folder has been emptied all over the study floor. Can I be bothered putting it all back together?
Anyway thieves must be so disappointed when they break into our house. Last time they got a couple of jars of coins. This time they found an old ring of Tash's that she's been trying to flog off for years (can't get more than about $100 for it and it's registered anyway so only she can sell it), a broken camera lens and they found my coin tin this time and took a handful of silver from it (there weren't any $1 or $2 coins and they haven't even taken all that was in there). Doesn't seem to be anything else missing but they did take a back door key so that'll need replacing.
Ironically I took my laptop to Alice with me rather reluctantly because I thought it might get stolen from our accommodation but it was safer there than it was here! Thankfully they didn't take any of the laptops that were left behind (good thing since I have the OWA one at the moment).
Well not as bad as it could have been thankfully. Have a rest day or two this week.
That will be Thursday and Friday before another marathon event on Saturday :-) Might crack the bike out again tomorrow in pursuit of rocks (if I bother getting it out of the box).
We just don't keep anything of value around the house (other than the bikes, which would probably be safer in the unlocked shed than in the locked house since they don't seem to check that). We spend all our money on sporting holidays, not possessions! I was concerned when one of our cats was missing but all have turned up now.