From: Annette Butchart
Sent: 5 March 1999 4:06
Subject: your last message
I have tried to open the last message you sent but although I have loaded
the software package I still don’t have that particular access as we have
limited acces to the internet – due to unscrupulous staff members doing
naughty things etc!!!!! One month they downloaded a whole load of “trash”
and ran up a bill of $2k needless to say that even we senior staff have to
Anyway, how has your short week been? I always seem to work twice as hard
on a short week to try and catch up!! As hard as they are I still enjoy
those short weeks though because we get that lovely long weekend. Take the
good with the bad!
Warren Lisa Gordon and I went to Rockingham last weekend for the Sunday
night and then went to Penguin Island for the day on Monday. Really lovely
– excellent snorkeling, the best since Thailand. We did see 1 dolphin on
the way over and although we didn’t see any – I will send more info later I
have a client waiting for me in reception. I’ll send this now and sent the
Bye xx—–Original Message—–
From: Lesley Dewar
Sent: 5 March 1999 4:15
To: Annette ButchartSubject: RE: your last message
The last message was an “I feel warm inside when I think of you” card from the Blue Mountain Card company. They are really great for spontaneous messages to people you want to send ‘warm & fuzzies’ to, at the drop of a hat.
Our short week has been frantic – I have worked nearly 6o hours this week (which included Monday).This Sunday we are having lunch at Plantations in South Perth with Colin (Pauline is working) W & L. It’s Lisa’s birthday about then (thank goodness Pauline rang today to let me know (remind me? =- no I didn’t actually know).
Robbie & I drove down to Golden Bay, near Mandurah, yesterday to write up some business with a top client. It was lovely to be out with him – even though I had to come back to work afterwards. today, he is doing a courier run to Hamersley for me.So, yes. We are flat chat.
Doing some really serious business evaluations, have team meetings every week, sorting out the wheat from the chaff with our customers (the 80/20 rule is alive and well)
I hope Robert liked his trilobite for his birthday – if not, I’ll have it back. I really love it, myself.
I am growing my hair – and it’s doing really well. Want to end up with a bob, at about chin length – totally different.
Lots of baby frogs – possum in residence – kangaroos come to feed almost every night.
Let’s do lunch, soon.