Monthly Archives: July 2016

Auntie Betty

I have had my dear friend Deirdre here for tea tonight – pizza no less – and discovered that her birthday, 25th October is one day short of the birthday of a very dear person in my life, who died … Continue reading

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Heart Art

Readers of this blog may recall that in January, CHO declared this the Year of the Heart. We are slowly developing some activities on this theme (it’s a good thing that a year has 12 months!), one of which is … Continue reading

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The intelligence of birds

Doing this blog has made me aware of things about myself that I didn’t really know before I started it. One thing is how much I like birds, which have featured quite a bit on here (eg here, and hereĀ and … Continue reading

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Respect (in NAIDOC Week)

This week I went to an event put on by the social workers association (AASW) during NAIDOC Week to highlight some of the work that is being done in and by various aboriginal communities. The highlight of the night for … Continue reading

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Eye contact with animals

I have been thinking about how important animals are to us. What a difference they can make to our lives, and how marvellous it is to share the world with them. This strikes me often at work, when I see … Continue reading

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