I am loving this show and it is the one that we watch as a family. A friend who studied psychology told me that it is good to have a T.V. show that you make so regular that regardless of what is going on in every bodies life in the family, you at least all turn up daily to the same place at the same time to enjoy it together. This might become ours. There were some stories about some of the invisible people tonight. So good for our children to see this. One of our daughters has a good friend at school from Bangladesh. Her parents are here on a working visa. There is a constant stress and uncertainty for their near distant future, not knowing if they can stay in Australia or not. Having a desire to at least have their daughter be able to finish her schooling in Australia is a priority as she has not had any in Bangladesh. Her Dad said to me when talking about the costs involved in renewing visa's 'it would be easier to come by boat'. The thought of my daughter or her friend, as her parents would have to envisage, having to be in a situation like that makes me shudder. This girl is one of the gentlest and beautifully kind people you could ever meet. Her parents are intelligent, resourceful and Dad is contributing to the education system in Brisbane and even this contribution is not recognised because he works 20 hours a week. It is not full time so it is not counted at all.
Brisbane visual artist