On this last day of November I can celebrate my successful completion of NaBloPoMo. We won’t mention NaNoWriMo – that will get it’s own blog of humiliation tomorrow.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
The WordPress Photo Challenge this week is to show your interpretation of Family. It would be nice to have the time to style together a beautiful artistic shot of our family, but at the end of the day, life is really just a series of ordinary snapshots. Photos clicked on the run, or groups gathered… Read more »
There are certain areas in which you excel as parent (usually areas related to the things you were good at/enjoyed as a child) unfortunately sometimes your children don’t get the memo and decide to take up things in which you have absolutely no ability.
This morning it is gray and raining in Port Macquarie. However, we got a little bit of colour in our day when these Rainbow Lorikeets decided to pay a visit. Interesting to note that when the children were little this would have been very exciting, now, not so keen. Although it did prompt happy memories… Read more »
Podcast: Play in new window | Download The new novel by Chris Womersley is a dark tale with Gothic sensibilities. Womersley portrays a world of sadness and pain, set in 1919 in the aftermath of the First World War and in the midst of the Spanish Flu epidemic.
Imagine for a moment your house has 35 remote-controlled cameras strategically placed throughout. Sitting in a booth somewhere are producers and editors who, after recording every moment of your life for three months, carefully piece it together to make what they hope will be entertaining television.
I am seriously considering undertaking a stealth mission to Melbourne to kidnap a woman I don’t know.