Tag: Carlo

  • Stations of The Cross

    Stations of The Cross

    We went to the Stations of The Cross service this morning at St. Michael’s Church with Kitinn, Gaby, Kriscia, Carlo, Sabine and Camila. It’s a very moving service, with the young members of the church doing a re-enactment of the events on this day 21 centuries ago. Gaby became quite emotional as she watched and Linda shed a…

  • Christmas Eve

    Christmas Eve

    Here are a few photos we took Christmas Eve. You’ll see that we are dressed up and that’s because

  • New arrival in the Tapia home

    New arrival in the Tapia home

    Yes, the Tapias have a new Kydd and Carlo showed it off last Friday night at the Sticky Bar. A Kydd is an upright electric bass. It’s fretless, just like a double bass, and sounds just like a double bass too. The big difference is size – it’s just a stick with strings and weighs…

  • Camila and Inara now officially Christians

    Camila and Inara now officially Christians

    On Sunday 28 June 2009, a beautiful sunny winter’s day sandwiched between days of rain, Camila Isabel Tapia and Inara Jane Levis – good friends Kristyn and Justin’s daughter – were baptised at the beautiful St Peter Chanel Church in Hunters Hill.

  • It’s official: Carlo is now an Aussie

    The 30th of March was a big day for our family when Carlo received his citizenship papers.

  • Carlo’s gig at the Opera Bar

    For some months now Carlo has had a gig every second Sunday at the Opera Bar in Circular Quay right next to (you guessed it) the famous Sydney Opera House.  (Click here for Google map)

  • Happy birthday Carlo

    Carlo decided that for his 32nd birthday (02 Feb 2009) he would get all his friends together for a jam session. And what a jam session it was,

  • Christmas Eve

    After eight weeks of rehearsals, Carlo, Linda and I sang in the midnight mass choir. (CD available soon.)

  • Sculpture by the Sea

    Sculpture by the Sea

    Staged alongside Sydney’s spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk, Sculpture by the Sea is Australia’s largest annual outdoor free to the public exhibition of sculpture. The 2008 exhibition featured over 100 sculptures from 7 different countries.

  • Picnic in AH Whaling Reserve

    Picnic in AH Whaling Reserve

    Picnic in AH Whaling Reserve, Roxborough Park, with the Tapias, Kristyn and Justin, Wil, Katie and children Nathaneal and Zephania, Khristinn, Gabriela and Mark