Friends Forever

Geraldine and Joan first met at Sunshine Lodge Boarding house many, many years ago and since 2013 both moved into in different houses operated by The Disability Trust in the Southern Highlands.

Geraldine and Joan have met up at various times throughout the past years in the Club Trust programs and other get togethers. They both enjoy music, singing and dancing and are often first on the dance floor and last to leave the dance floor.

Recently they have been visiting each other and watching a movie together or meeting up at a local café for morning tea. They have also started going together for a pampering session and having their nails painted. The ladies are now planning future get togethers such as going out for lunch, going to the movies, picnics and a holiday. They both look forward to continuing their friendship. Geraldine is looking forward to Joan coming to her birthday party in July.

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