Free Morning Tea

My apologies to those who don’t live close enough to Perth to take advantage of this but my morning radio programme on 98.5 Sonshine FM will be even tastier during our annual Radiothon which is less than two weeks away.

Thanks to Miss Maud and Five Senses, we’re inviting 20 listeners each day to join me and my morning programme guests for morning tea each day from the 27th to the 31st of August.

The morning teas will run from 10:00 a.m. to around 11:30 a.m. and should be a lot of fun. It’d be great to catch up and it’s a wonderful opportunity for me to show off my workplace.

We did a similar thing last year and had such a wonderful time. The food from Miss Maud was outstanding and the Five Senses coffee was spectacular. On top of that is was a lot of fun meeting a variety of listeners and letting people see how radio works.

If you’d like to be part of the fun simply click here to email me at my work email address and tell me which day you can join me. If you’re one of the first 20 replies for each day you’ll enjoy a delicious, free morning tea at our Morley studios thanks to Miss Maud, Five Senses Coffee and 98.5 Sonshine FM.

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Thumbs Up! Edition Two

I’m thrilled by the number of bloggers who want to contribute something positive to the blogoshpere through Thumbs Up! Time for our second edition already.

If this is the first you’ve heard of Thumbs Up! and you’re scratching your head wondering what it’s about you can read the details here.

Dean at My Jarrol Spot is giving the Thumbs Up! to his friend Amy in his post Positive Influence.

Bob wants to highlight the encouragement of another blogger in his post Blog Buddies over at The Four of Clubbs.

Romi at Romi’s Journal has a wonderful Thumbs Up! for her father with the post My First Teacher of English.

Sarah from This is what Sed said has written about honouring pastors. Her post Give Your Pastor a Hug is well worth reading and then putting into action.

Apple tells a Thumbs Up! story about remarkable generosity at her wonderful blog The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree.

Shannon at Divulgence takes us on a taxi ride through downtown Chicago with his post, Positive Influence.

Ethel Sings Again is a wonderful review from Bev at Funny the World, reminding us that a great performance always deserves a Thumbs Up!

Isn’t it wonderful to enjoy being where you are? Mrs. Mecomber thinks so and it’s not hard to tell why when you read Why I Love the Mohawk Valley at New York Traveler.

Lynn Emery accentuates the positive in her post Thankful over at her blog Be Encouraged.

If you enjoy good story telling and a great story check out Ian Welsh’s My Friend Peter posted at The Agonist.

I don’t think I’ve left anyone out but if you did post a submission this week and you can’t see it here, please email me so that I can add your post. If you missed out on being a part of Thumbs Up! this week, get posting now and submit for next week.

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