Monthly Archives: December 2014

Finding peace

It is almost Christmas, and these trees (red flowering gum) are blossoming all over the place. It’s a funny old time of year – lots to do and lots of pressure – hopefully all towards the cause of happy times and … Continue reading

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A little bit of light

I ran into Wendy and Connie a few weeks ago, doing a ‘pop-up’ event at Colonnades, making clay lanterns with passing children and adults. The plan was to make 100 altogether and then to use them at community events, starting … Continue reading

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More encouragement for the reindeers

I had a great email from Kylie after she read this week’s post, sending through a link to her blog and a post from a few years ago with a note from her daughter to Father Christmas, again showing great concern … Continue reading

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How are your reindeers?

  This letter was written by Helen, one of my sisters, in around 1970, as a draft to Father Christmas. It was kept by our mum in her little book of memories. Just in case you can’t read the words, it goes: … Continue reading

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Learning from and with Imy

(Photos taken at the Multicultural gathering December 5. Thanks to everyone else in the pics too! Imy looking particularly speccy in the green paper crown.) CHO has had the great good fortune to be supported in our first steps into … Continue reading

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