The Nest


I had been given very little hope of ever having a child with IVF (after three attempts). Despondent, I went for a walk in a local park. I was standing under a tree, brushing away my tears, when an empty bird's nest fell at my feet. I took it as an omen, and cradled the precious gift.... Continue Reading →

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BraveHearts


I attended a White Balloon Day luncheon, to raise awareness and funds for Bravehearts, an Australian organization whose aim is to prevent child sexual assault. Their services include counselling for children and adult survivors, advocacy and support, an education program for children, research and lobbying, and community awareness campaigns. The more we talk and educate... Continue Reading →

Marriage Equality, Sydney Rally and the Plebliscite


Oh Sydney, I have fallen in love with you anew! You have a way of enticing like a siren's call. I love the egaliterian spirit, witnessed a few day's ago at Circular Quay when a businessman and local character playfully teased each other. I love the Vietnamese family who run a takeaway at the station, where my daughter buys her... Continue Reading →

Vale, Connie


The extraordinary Connie of Love your Sister died yesterday, leaving a legacy that is filled with rainbows and hope. Together with her brother Samuel, Love your Sister raised $6,000 000 in funds to aid in the eradication of cancer. Thankyou for what you taught us about love, and how to live fully in each moment. To donate... Continue Reading →

Mentors in my Daughter’s Life


My friend Megan uncovered that my daughter is interested in design and learning to sew. Megan took it upon herself to book in a time to take her to choose fabric and start on a project. She was beaming afterward, and can't stop talking about it. My heart was full of both gratitude and love. Our kids... Continue Reading →

Dawn the Diamond


The world lost a treasure a short while ago, named Dawn the Diamond. She would frequent the seats scattered about town, chain-smoking and handing out gifts to children. Impeccably dressed, her favourite colours were purple and red. Wearing green felt hats and scarlet-red coats in winter, she had a style that can only come from... Continue Reading →

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