Saving Our Bacon

Things are in a state of change at the moment. We’ve recently had a good look at our direct selling and it is fairly obvious that, as we have been doing it, it really isn’t viable. It isn’t the best use of our time to continue as we have been …

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Twenty Years On

Our little granddaughter recently had her first illness, viral bronchiolitis. It was no fun for anyone involved. Anyone who has been in a household with a sick baby knows how disruptive and exhausting it can be. I went down to spend a few days with them and while holding her …

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You Can’t Be What You Can’t See.

Lewis and I have had quite a big weekend. He has started the process to join the ADF (Australian Defence Force) and at his interview he was encouraged to consider the studying for a degree at the Australian Defence Force Academy. On the strength of that recommendation we organised travel …

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Searching for Zombies

My last post was seven months ago. I think it is no coincidence that this time coincides with me signing up to study. While I only committed to one unit per teaching period, I found that the area that suffered most as I tried to slot in another thing was …

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For the Greater Good

Three months since my last blog. So much has happened that has been blog worthy, so why have I not shared? Well, looking at the time frame this silence seems to almost exactly coincide with my return to study. Funnily enough the breaking of the blogging silence comes hot on …

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The Invisibility of a Safe Seat

In a world that is currently filled with so much uncertainty our Prime Minister has assured us that the best idea as we cast our ballot this Saturday is to ‘stick with what we know’. This seems to be the ongoing thinking of voters in the Mallee electorate that I …

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