Occasionally, on a Monday evening, I run down a stretch of Canning Highway. Those few hundred metres take me past the Christadelphian Hall..
There’s a tongue-twisting tale in the first half of the Bible with life and death consequences.
The potted version of this story, which..
Anzac Day, 2017. Lest we forget.
On this day in 1914, troops from the newly federated nation of Australia answered the call to fight al..
There really is something about Round 1.The obvious themes reveal themselves at first instance. Beginnings, potential, expectations, par..
A curious thing happened around the time Michael and I got married. At this stage of life, it was observed that one of my idiosyncrasies w..
Lately it seems I wake each day with heart racing, jolted upright by the noise going on in my head.
Crazy, uncontrollable urges to jump..
Australia Day. Survival Day. Invasion Day. All of these are different titles given to the 26th of January, depending on your identity, dep..
It’s curious how our simplistic views of life change as we get older. How knowledge lends itself to our perspective. Experiences teach us ..
I’ve been re-organising, making a space for the husband to work at home. For me, writing and organising spaces scratches a similar itch. I..
Sitting with my dad on his Riviera 40, we relax on the blue velvet waters of the Swan River, enjoying the shimmer of the city and the back..