The first time I went to the bakery was when I was 16 and was eating a biscuit in the living room of my parents house in Melbourne.
The next day, I was cooking breakfast at home in my mum’s kitchen and my sister and I were having dinner together in the dining room of our house in the north of Melbourne.
I remember looking at the pan, thinking, ‘This is going to taste amazing’.
I had never tasted anything like it before.
And I’ve been baking for over 20 years now.
As I sat at the counter to bake for my parents, I started to get the sense of how this food was going to turn out.
I could smell the flour and the butter in my mouth.
I knew that when I baked something like this it was going be really good, because I was already baking with my family for almost 20 years.
I’ve tasted so many great things in the past and this was by far the best.
And I was baking it for my mum, because that’s where my childhood was.
I was a full-time student, studying English literature and history at the University of Melbourne and I was looking to do a degree in social work.
My dad was a lecturer at the university and so I knew I wanted to work there.
My mum, on the other hand, was an executive assistant at the time and I think that she loved the job so much that she would do whatever she had to do to keep the family afloat.
When I first went to study English literature at the school, I didn’t have a very strong understanding of what English literature was and what a university was.
I had just been a full time student and didn’t really know what I wanted out of life.
It was a bit like coming to Australia for the first time.
I think at that time I was in my early 20s and I had a fulltime job and I thought that the best way to make it in Australia was to go to university.
I wasn’t a big fan of the university idea, as it was a lot of money for me and a lot less exciting.
I knew I had to go somewhere where I had an education and be able to give back to the community.
And the way that I had been educated, I had always wanted to give something back to those who I had met through university.
So, at that stage, I thought, ‘Why not go to a university that has an academic program?
I’m going to go and study English Literature.’
So, I enrolled in the English literature program at the universities of Melbourne, Ballarat, Newcastle and Geelong.
I was lucky enough to study in Geelong and I’ve had a fantastic experience there.
I did a masters in English literature from there.
I’ve been studying English Literature at university in Melbourne, Geelong, Newcastle, Ballarenas and Ballarat for 10 years, studying in a variety of different fields.
And when I went and studied there, it was one of the best things I’ve ever done.
I thought, I can be the best English Literature lecturer in the world, I’ve got the skills to do this.
So, I spent a year in the program and I got to study a variety and different subjects.
But, I think what I learned the most was how important it is to make sure that the students you are teaching are passionate and that they are passionate about their subjects.
I also learnt that you need to know your subject, you need that passion.
And you need a degree, that’s all you need.
But I’ve found that it’s not as easy as you think to get into a university and make it through your first year and be passionate about your subject.
So that was the biggest challenge, and I would say the biggest thing was the degree.
But the biggest asset that I have to offer to the university is the passion that I bring.
It is such a difficult and demanding position, and there are so many different factors involved, but the biggest factor is that I am passionate about my subject.
I’m a full professor at the English Literature program at Melbourne University, and it’s my dream to be a teacher of English literature.
It’s a really exciting job, and every day it brings out different things in me.
I really enjoy it, it’s the most rewarding thing I can do.
It’s so rewarding because it’s such a demanding position.
It is so difficult, it is such an exciting job.
But my passion for my subject is what I have always had.
It has always been a very rewarding position.