Spice Alley, White Rabbit Gallery and Neurosurgeons

Last week, I had the distinct pleasure of meeting my new neurosurgeon. Indeed it was a privilege, to meet such a humble and kind man. I presented a selection of my favourite scans from the past two decades, and as he studied them, he asked how on earth I had managed to inflict such damage.... Continue Reading →


Bree’s Army

A beautiful 21-year-old dancer fell to her death a few years ago on the Gold Coast. When I first saw the news, there was a cacophony of feelings. Sunday Night screened a detailed segment regarding this tragedy on the weekend. They showed us who Bree Robinson was, who her remarkable family are, and certainly who... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day

International Women's Day started way back in 1909, and grown into the massive celebration as seen today. My daughter and I attended a wonderful 30th birthday celebration of a womens' hub this March 8th. The womens-only centre is the only one of its kind in an area whose population is growing rapidly, and it is... Continue Reading →

What I missed when I was a Hermit

I went through a long period as a hermit,  both out of necessity and for health reasons. The outside world became a terrifying spectre, one I feared may swallow me whole. I read books and wrote of my experiences whilst inside hospital wards and in my room. Worlds can be contained in a small space,... Continue Reading →

The Ring Walk

I have always had a terror of heights, and had to be excused from excursions featuring walks across Sydney Harbour Bridge, Centrepoint Tower and the footbridge at Darling Harbor. The mere thought of traipsing across walkways was too much to bear. Of course, my acrophobia became much worse after I soared to earth and broke.... Continue Reading →

The week that was…

There was this story, which filled me with the hope that good people are listening to the plight of renters. This poetry slam, which was extraordinarily powerful. It says it all, really.   Finally, Rosie Batty has released a statement. She has done more than a team of thousands in the past four years, as... Continue Reading →

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