Monthly Archives: March 2019

Feathers

If you look, feathers are everywhere. Little leftover bits of birds strewn around, dropped by the wayside, hints of flight underfoot. I have a few here in the house, pied ones mostly, but others too, some from birds whose names … Continue reading

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The poetry of protest

In small and large ways resistance to oppression, needless pain, foolish policy and injustice occurs all the time. Over lunch yesterday my Muslim friends talked about the many acts of support and solidarity that have occurred during the week (their … Continue reading

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River of time

As mentioned in the weekend’s post, it was dad’s birthday this past weekend. He turned 96!! It was a lovely few days – he is in pretty good form at the moment, and we enjoyed celebrating with various family members … Continue reading

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The no pictures post

I am in Auburn this weekend celebrating dad’s birthday (an annual event on this blog as well as in life of course) – and brought everything with me to do this post except the cord to connect the camera to … Continue reading

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The overseers

It’s just past the first week of March, Writers’ Week here in Adelaide, and a traditional subject for a blog post – see here and here and here and here and here just for some examples. Looking through the various posts, it’s obvious that the … Continue reading

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SHINE on

One of the things about working for a long time in one region or area is that you see things come and go, and in particular you end up saying goodbye – to colleagues who move on or retire and … Continue reading

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