Posted By John
Comments from You

I get so many lovely emails that I thought I would share some with you. Sadly there are too many to reply to every one personally, although I do try.

This one is from a man in Melbourne:
“Wonderful site, typically Australian layout and not jazzed up and Americanised. I love Henry Lawson and Banjo Patterson. I was exposed to these writers through ‘The Loaded Dog‘.”

“Though I am a ‘new’ migrant (11 years in Australia today) my mom had a ‘pen’ friend from Melbourne in the 60’s.

We would see the Australian lifestyle in photos sent by her. Never imagined I would come to live here one day, 20 years after my mom died. I love it here!!”

Email from Julie I:
“Just a thank you for the concise explanation between Aussie meat pies and American pot pies! I’ve read every explanation everywhere of each of them – separately – but you were the first to clearly lay out the DIFFS for my yank eyes! Thanks! “

Jamie B. wrote me:
“Love your site. I was stationed in Alice Springs for 3 years with the US Air Force and miss it. I’ve been back in the states for 15 years and still get ‘home sick for the Alice’.”

Share Our Website
“While visiting your site, I noticed you don’t have any links for Facebook (share and like).
Ed. note: we do have Facebook, Twitter, Pin It, G+ links. You’ll find them generally near the top of every page. We love it when people share our website.

Jamie goes on: “I have a few Aussie friends here in the states and abroad who would love your site, if they don’t already. By the way, I love the links to the Aussie songs. The Happy Little Vegemites brought back memories. Thanks for making me home sick again.”

A really short email from Dominique T in France:
It’s not a question. It’s simply to say thank you for the beautiful site you give us. Thanks dear Aussies.”

And just one more: “G’day, Sue here. I’m often on your website and enjoy very much my stay here and the improvements you make from time to time 🙂 As am Aussie and living in Adelaide. I would wish your survey would asked also ‘are you living here’ as I don’t like to be seen as visitor 🙁 Keep up your good work and all the best … and when I can spare some cent of my pension I’ll send you a small amount 🙂 Cheers mates.”