Redemption


I know quite a bit about addiction. I have had experiences with it, seen people I love go through it. Some survived, others did not. I loathe drugs. I would love my daughter to live in a world without illicit drugs. Ten years ago, two young men were picked up and arrested in Bali. In... Continue Reading →

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Creative Blogger Award


    The beautiful Rachael Ritchey has nominated me for The Creative Blogger Award. I am humbled and delighted. Here are the rules. Nominate 15-20 blogs and notify nominees via social media or blogs. Thank the blogger who nominated you and post the link of said blog. Share five facts about yourself to your readers.... Continue Reading →

The Beach They Called Gallipoli


I shared a special moment with my daughter this morning. I bought her a copy of The Beach They Called Gallipoli by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley last night, and we sat down together to read it. Before we began, I commented on how young the soldiers were. "They were mostly boys," she replied sadly. She... Continue Reading →

Seeking Movement and Colour and Life (part 2)


Easter Monday, I needed to escape all the jobs that needed doing. I needed to watch my child have fun, and for her to carry me along in her whimsy. My friend Annette, and her son, were coming along for the ride. At the station I met another friend and her son. This lady is a professional dancer,... Continue Reading →

Seeking Movement and Colour and Life (Part 1)


I was meant to see Rod Stewart last week but due to circumstances out of my control, I couldn't go. I put my granny knickers back in the drawer, and purchased two tickets to a charity screening of Cinderella instead. Saffron from Kid About and  Kaity are two local businesswomen who joined forces to raise... Continue Reading →

Easter


You can't breathe life into someone who is lost. Believe me, I have tried. I have been privy to someone I care deeply about being taken down. At first by addiction, and then mental illness. I am grieving although the person lives.  If you are not careful, their reality becomes yours, a closeted,  nonsensical, grey world. It... Continue Reading →

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