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    Dinner- it went on the table at 5.30 sharp.

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    sambo's or toast

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    probably depended on what was in the fridge
    mostly fruit or cheese and crakers or muslie bar or a chocolate( if i was lucky)

    mum uesd to have fridays off work so she would usually make a chocolate slice with coconut on top........so thats what was on a friday arvo

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    We had early dinners- 4:30-5 mum just wanted to get them out of the way

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    I remember often having Salada biscuits with cheese and tomatos. Not often did we get chips or lollies only special events. Mum was a bit of a health freak. I remember sometimes going to school with carrot sticks, celery, broccoli (all raw) for little lunch, and trying to 'barter' with the other kids that had yummy junk food I never succeeded!

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    We would have 2 scotch finger biscuits and a small glass of milo with no sugar. That was it.

    If we wanted anything else, there was always a endless supply of apples we could help ourselves to.

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    We had Yogurt and cheese sometimes. We also ate cereal and weet bix with butter and honey on them.

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    From the time i started school it was my responsibility to make my breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Sometimes all we had in the house was weet-bix and no milk. There was always lots of smokes, beer and weed though.

    I did not have a good childhood.

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    Sanga's, fruit, crackers and pate, noodles, cereal..umm lots of stuff.

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    this is something engrained in my memory and i often reminisce on it with fond memories of how wonderfully caring my old mum was

    she would either make dinner early and we would come home to a fully cooked dinner or

    pancakes or

    milkshakes/eggnog


 

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