It was a simple question. Yet it sent me into a tailspin of fear. Continue reading
When you are young new beginnings are full of hope and promise. Your life is flexible, you believe that changes can bring rewards. As you accumulate the baggage of life new beginnings require much more thought, negotiation and planning. Where once you only had to consult with yourself, now you must consider the needs, wishes and wants of a group of individuals who may not always be as keen on beginning anew. Continue reading
The pelican – it’s beak can hold more than it’s belly-can. Watching these huge birds having a social gathering.
This memoir of family life by Aussie Actor/Writer, William McInnes, and his Film Director/Animator wife, Sarah Watt, captures the nuances of daily life endured and enjoyed over 20 years together. Continue reading
Flynn’s Beach is our favourite beach in Port Macquarie.
It’s one month until my birthday. As I head towards my 44th year on this planet I am conflicted. Having seen my skinny, fit husband survive a double heart bypass at just 42 years of age I understand life is precious. But it doesn’t mean I have to enjoy the wrinkles – and why didn’t anyone tell me eyelid droop was part of aging? I’m sure I didn’t know about that little gem. Continue reading