By Dianne Wolfer
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Let’s try and keep to a routine,’ Mum said. She’d arranged our desks, lamps and a bookshelf in the lounge room beneath the cuckoo clock that Aunt Rose had sent as a house-warming present. The plan was to begin early, study until lunchtime with two short breaks and then, when the cuckoo crowed one o’clock, we’d finish for the day. At first Mum enjoyed organising everything. After a few days though, the novelty of teaching wore off. ‘How am I supposed to know what’s what with these maths assignments?
You know,’ Luke sighed, ‘the twins from town. ’ Luke disappeared for a moment, then came back wearing his blue and gold Eagles’ jumper. He fumbled amongst the packing boxes until he found his football. ‘We’ll be having dinner early. Be back before six,’ Mum reminded him as he pulled his boots on again. ’ He waved and rode off on his bike. Apart from the steady rumble of trucks on the highway, the house was quiet after he’d gone. ’ Dad said, holding Mum’s hand again. ‘Really,’ Mum didn’t pull away and I tried to find something to do in the kitchen.
They were introduced by homesick settlers last century and now they’re taking over the country. ’ 56 He paused. As I listened, I was surprised by how passionately Dad was speaking and also by how serious he was. ‘But just as importantly,’ he continued, ‘they steal the nests of the parrots and honeyeaters. If they migrate to Western Australia, they’ll decimate the native bird population. ’ My brother looked away, disappointed, but I stared at Dad. I hadn’t realised that the program was so far-reaching.