News just in on an amazing effort… Doctor Betty, the doctor who delivered me over 50 years ago in Murwillumbah, has only just retired from medical practice aged 90!! I’m sure I won’t be still working in my profession at that age but I take my hat off to anyone who obviously loves their work so much. Congratulations and huge…
Don’t panic! I’m not suffering from multiple personality issues (perhaps I am says another part of me!), but this week’s writing challenge asks the question, how many versions of ‘you’ exist and what would happen if they collided? This is an interesting subject as I work in an environment where I can’t really be ‘me’. I have to be someone…
Even by my standards the past week has been HUGE so I have changed the rules and will wrap up the week that was in 100 words instead of the usual 50 – it’s my page so I can change the rules if I want to!!
Here’s my other Friday posts.
Ready, set, GO!!
Youth exchange pre-convention – Passion, enthusiasm
Harbour dinner cruise, Vivid Sydney
Opening ceremony twice
Olympic flame lit
Buzz on train, singing carriages, fun, laughter
End polio walk
Mr Toilet, Tommy Spaulding, Diabetes & UN
Brett Lee, Mewsic
Packing food to Stop Hunger Now
Women in Rotary, Social media, ROSNF
Morning walk, historical houses, beautiful water views
Walk, run, walk
Himalayan dinner, all day breakfast at Verona
Free ferries, trains, buses
Smiles, new friends, talk
Part of something huge – action, leadership, future
Volunteers in service
Relevance of Rotary?
Closing ceremony, Ten Tenors, Marina Prior, bush dance
Soaked in storm