A very different ANZAC Day in 2020
A guest post featuring the Queen and I - yes really! Check it out.
Do you ever wake up with words rattling around in your head asking to be written down? These are some of those words.
Our local community shows its true colours with generosity, care and support of each other during the bushfire emergency.
The sudden and unexpected shock of losing a loved one isn't diminished, despite it being five years ago - my thoughts.
What happens when your 3 month odyssey ends with news of the death of a loved one back in Australia and you're due to leave for home that day? A very sad and emotional end to a fabulous holiday.
Lines of red poppies against names on the Roll of Honour at the Australian War Memorial is a moving sight.
I've changed in many ways since being made redundant - can you relate to nay of these changes?
Life and Loss You may, (or may not), have noticed that I’ve been missing in action in the blogosphere recently. I haven’t blogged, I haven’t read many blogs, I haven’t commented or interacted, I haven’t shared or participated in any group threads and you know what, I make no apologies for my absence. Sometimes life, …
I can't let today, 10 May 2017, go by without mentioning that one year ago today we were told our jobs as educators in the State's Correctional Centres were to be axed by the end of 2016. It started a dreadful time of worry, concern, upset, ill health and general malaise. We were all summonsed to …
ANZAC Day 2017
Welcome to Wordless Wednesday Farewell cake for the teaching staff at our centre, as we've all been made redundant - not much more to be said! It was a very yummy cake 🙂 Debbie PS. I'll change the subject soon I promise - just a few more days to go until I finish work so please bear with …