And so we come to the end of one financial year and the beginning of another. On personal reflection this year has been the busiest in my career and on top of this my eldest daughter started Primary School, bringing home homework, readers and assignments.
Each year seems to get busier and busier. Why does time seem to speed up with age? Where does the time go? It’s a mystery.
On reflection the past year has brought some great milestones – some which I wish I had appreciated more at the time. So don’t forget to stop and smell the roses no matter how fast life seems to pass by.
I’m looking forward to this financial year and a little break in July. Aloha!
As always, a big thank you to all our amazing staff for their hard work, effort and support over the last financial year. We have an amazing crew.
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