Tag Archives: Love

To your Credit. Blog 17-2017

I laughed the other day when Doug said, “Well we‘d better get a move on, this won’t buy the baby a new dress or pay for the one she’s wearing.” I haven’t heard this for a long time. In fact … Continue reading

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Good! Blog 11- 2017

The other Sunday I walked into church and saw ‘He is Good’ on the back wall of the stage. I loved it, as I thought about the truth of the statement later, I pondered on the word ‘good.’ Have you … Continue reading

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‘I no like the Jumpy Castle’ Blog 10-2017

The other day while cleaning up some of the icons on my desktop I came across the enclosed photo. It was taken a few years ago at the Royal Melbourne Show. It was taken by Yvette and is of Peter, … Continue reading

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‘New every morning’ Blog 34 -2016

At this time of year it’s great to see that summer is on its way.  In June (winter) the wattles near where we live (in Melbourne) start to bloom. It’s a lovely sign that spring is just around the corner. … Continue reading

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Oops! Blog 21- 2016

Last Tuesday we were packing away the shopping and Doug decided to deal with the Celery.  I came up beside him and started to wash it. “You cut the main stems awfully short.” I remarked, examining the wastage. “We’ll use … Continue reading

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‘A Very Bunny Mothers Day’ Blog 16-2016

The other day, I saw on Facebook that my cousin Gill had, after a long lapse from the activity, rescued two orphan Cabbage Patch Dolls. I had to smile to myself, for a while there, back in my working days … Continue reading

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Fathers’

I recently watched the current series of ‘Father Brown’ on the ABC. For those who don’t know Father Brown is a Priest-Detective who solves mystery type crimes, mostly murders. Based on G K Chesterton’s short stories, these episodes often include … Continue reading

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Where are all the aunties gone?

If you have read ‘a farthing Cone’ you will know my mother was an only child and my father had one unmarried brother. However, when I was growing up we always had aunties to spare. These stand-in relatives were friends of … Continue reading

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Mr Micawber

As soon as he donned his top hat for our day out in the 1850’s at Sovereign Hill I burst into laughter. Douglas looked just like Wilkins Micawber from Charles Dickens novel David Copperfield. Micawber is quoted as being recklessly … Continue reading

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Names

On our early morning walk yesterday morning I noticed the Coles (supermarket) delivery trucks were all named. What a good way to identify individual trucks and much easier to remember than a registration number. You may have noticed that Planes … Continue reading

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