Monthly Archives: March 2017

The variousness of folk

It’s a bit obvious to say it, but people are complex, with many different facets to themselves. I was reminded of this on the weekend when I was driving back from Auburn, listening to the radio as usual. This American … Continue reading

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Ages and stages (plus dad without hat)

There has been another birthday this week – my elder sister Jane turned 60. There was a party and various other celebrations, all very enjoyable, and I was very much put in mind of how in the midst of the … Continue reading

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Last week illustrated

Back in Adelaide and have been able to take the pictures I took of dadda’s birthday from the camera and put on here… so a selection… note not a pic of dad without his hat. He does take it off … Continue reading

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Time and life

I am in Auburn again this week, with dad and celebrating his 94th birthday. He remarks often that we are only here for a short time, and really he has had more time than most, so it is a comment … Continue reading

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Whirling about at WOMAD, Writers’ Week and IWD

It’s been culture central this week – Writers’ Week, that began last Saturday, continued till Thursday with some great speakers and thought-provoking conversations. On Wednesday it was International Women’s Day, and a good opportunity to celebrate women in a range of … Continue reading

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Gazing up through trees (at Writers’ Week)

It’s that time of year again (‘mad March’ in Adelaide, with festival, fringe, car race etc) – and today was the first day of Writers’ Week for 2017. I have my dear friend Romi with me from the UK again, … Continue reading

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