Monthly Archives: June 2011

Day after day… the same old thing

While my friends in Washington State are complaining about the weather (that summer hasn’t arrived yet) I can’t help but feel disappointed in their reaction. They don’t know how good they’ve got it. They just don’t know how incredibly infuriating … Continue reading

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Preserving culture in a gladstone bag

We must have looked an odd threesome marching in silence together towards our respective homes at days end along the dusty, unsealed footpath that ran beside Samford Road from the Ferny Grove railway station. My two next door neighbours and … Continue reading

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A Song for You

A song beautiful enough for you.

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Add to my toilets

One of the things that impresses me when I return to my homeland is the dissemination of information about government provided services. Everything from healthcare services, educational programs, grants,subsidies social security programs and entitlements to public safety awareness campaigns and … Continue reading

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If music be the food of love, play on

Since my return I’ve had the good fortune to see two fab shows/concerts. The The Soweto Gospel Choir and The Bar at Buena Vista. If you have the need for a reminder that music has a power beyond reason; an … Continue reading

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