Lots of our local grandparents have been looking forward to having their families, especially grandchildren, staying with them for the school holidays.
Carolyn Smith of Lilli Pilli was expecting her family down to stay, and was looking forward to entertaining the grandchildren.
June Carter of Broulee has her daughter and grandson from Sydney down for the school holidays. The rest of the family had to stay at home this time.
Ruth Manning of Moruya has her son and granddaughter, Scarlett, visiting from The Entrance for a few days.
It was lovely to see Annette Hazell back in town, after returning from a caravan trip with her husband.
They have been up north, travelling around, for quite a few months.
I really enjoyed seeing all the painted silos that Annette was taking photos of in her travels, then sending back home.
Judy Bielicki, now of Broulee, caught up for coffee with her Tai Chi friends at Batehaven last Friday and is looking forward to some recovery time, now that her recent treatments have finished.
The Eurobodalla Health Expo is being held again this weekend, on Saturday, October 12, at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club from 10am to 2pm.
Various health and well-being providers will be attending to showcase their great health products and services that are available in the Eurobodalla.
There is no entry fee, so go and check it out. You may time your visit to see some demonstrations of local services.
Viv Grant of Surf Beach had her family from Canberra call on her at the weekend on their way to a camping trip.
The gorgeous Dianne West of Stitches fame recently had a "Girls just want to have fun" trip to Sydney. Di met up with two girlfriends, Deb and Sharon, and they shared a wonderful few days together.
On Thursday night, they went to see a great Guy Sebastian concert, where Di was swooning.
On Friday, they spent half a day at the Channel 10 studios, watching a games show being recorded.
Saturday night saw them at the Opera House, seeing the musical Hair and on Sunday they went to the Capitol Theatre to see Cabaret.
Di said there was lots of Retail Therapy happening and such amazing foods to eat.
Their last stop each night was to the Pyrmont Bridge Hotel for a nightcap. Sounds like you did have fun, Di.