Monthly Archives: April 2016

One Night, One Voice

We were part of a world-première movie screening last night. It was an amazing night, and the culmination of lots of people’s work in making the movie, and of a determined group people in our region who wanted to be part of … Continue reading

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Mama over time

I’ve got two photos of my grandma, whom we called mama, in my lounge room. The one above was taken when she was small – would you say two or three? – with her brothers and sisters, in around 1900 … Continue reading

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Shakespeare in anticipation

Next week (23 April) will be the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death – and also his 452nd birthday. There are gazillions of posts and websites etc about him of course, and it’s a bit ridiculous to add to the plethora … Continue reading

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Twin Cities

I love the way bits of life intertwine with other bits. There are funny connections everywhere if you look even a little bit. I am writing this while listening to the song ‘Twin Cities’ by Everything But the Girl. This … Continue reading

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Never gonna give you up

Today I did something I haven’t done for ages, which was go to the pictures in daylight. I had heard about the Mercury Cinema’s Senior’s Sessions through Patricia from CHO, and found out earlier in the week that Brooklyn was going … Continue reading

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