How wonderful is the response by Lush to the Fair Work Commission's ruling? If you would like to praise them, you can do so on their Facebook page.
My daughter's Godfather is Reverend Bill Crews, an icon in Sydney, admired for The Exodus Foundation and The Bill Crews Charitable Trust. At the end of a service at the Uniting Church in Ashfield, we all hold hands, forming a circle. In part, he says the following "come, come as you are... This is not the... Continue Reading →
I didn't quite know what to expect when I attended the preview of Newsies, a movie filmed on Broadway during a live performance. The sublime music and spectacular dancing entranced both my daughter and I, dropping us gently into New York circa 1899, and the beginning of an uprising. The whole audience cheered for the street-smart... Continue Reading →
I read the following with dismay yesterday. It is a road many families have walked. I have walked... Some of my friends have also walked this road. It can start gradually, sneaking up on both the individual and those who love them. They don't want to do what they once loved. They retreat, becoming uncommunicative.... Continue Reading →
I loved this esteemed journalist before she wrote this piece and I love her even more now! Why do people talk about little girls in this manner? What the hell is wrong with people? The girls are at an age when they feel self-conscious enough with all the changes taking place. We have had the hottest... Continue Reading →
A homeschool mum made contact with me in the holidays, telling me that she was going to settle for a term in my hometown. She mentioned that she had a daughter,the same age as mine. We arranged to meet at a local park, and as soon as we met the pair, we were in love.... Continue Reading →