Monthly Archives: March 2020

Celebrating the glorious eucalypt

Two posts this week – I also wanted to mark National Eucalypt Day, 23 March. There are so many beautiful gum trees – some of which have featured here beforeĀ  (and here). Here is a close up of some glorious … Continue reading

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The dancing has not been cancelled

It’s another weird week of keeping away from others as much as possible to try to contain the spread of the dreaded virus. All in a good cause but not easy! I heard from my pal Claire, who has been … Continue reading

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Birthdays (97 and 2)

It’s time for my yearly post about dad’s birthday. He turned 97 during the week and we celebrated with family visiting over two weekends, three blowaway sponge cakes at different times and grandchildren and great grandchildren at hand. It was … Continue reading

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Pandemic and pathways

The covid-19 virus is the big news this week – I have heard people talking about it on the tram, and in the street, as well as among my friends, and it’s of course on all news bulletins. Restrictions are … Continue reading

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Tenderness

It’s been a funny old week at my place. I am on holidays (hooray), and it was Writers Week, one of the highlights of my year, but my plans were somewhat derailed by… my leg, which has been misbehaving. I … Continue reading

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First night, leap day

Yesterday was leap day – that curious day in the calendar that I have marked here before. It was the first day of Writers Week this year, and also the first night of the Adelaide Festival, with a free concert … Continue reading

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