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New friends

First connect group for 2006 last night. Our connect group has evolved into a couple's group. Besides D&G and ourselves, 2 new young married couples have started joining our group. That leaves only the other "pseudo couple" (more on that next time) so technically, we are ALL couples in a sense.

All of us are young, below 30 years and married for less than 2 years.

I'll describe the 2 new couples:

Couple 1: An indonesian couple who've been in Australia for 3 years, but recently moved to Sydney from Melbourne and started joining our church. Married 1 year and 2 months. The wife is a graphic desginer and the husband is an accountant

Couple 2: Aussie-Chinese couple. The guy has been in Australia since he was 3 years old (when his family migrated to Sydney from KL). The wife is an Indonesian Chinese and also been in Australia for most of her life. He's a structural engineer and she's currently studying at uni and working part-time in a childcare centre.

We've only just met them, so not much stories to tell yet. But it's nice to have our circle of friends grow.

(Okay, 4.45PM: Time to start cooking the rice)

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