Monthly Archives: January 2014

Weekly Photo Challenge: Window

Yesterday was one of those perfect days, forever stored in the memory bank. My baby, my oldest son, turned 18. My boy is now a man. My heart bursts with gratitude as I ponder his life and the person he … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Beginning

Every year on the way to our summer holiday destination we stop at the Victoria / New South Wales border. This always marks the official beginning of our annual summer vacation in Merimbula, a beautiful seaside town on the Southern … Continue reading

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Unfinished poetry

Thirty years ago today I wrote a poem. I don’t have a strong recollection of writing this poem, although I do remember clearly the day I wrote it. It was January 2nd, 1984 and I spent a wonderful day with … Continue reading

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