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Circular Quay breeze – Sydney 2018

By | January 5th, 2018|art, bars and restaurants, holidays, parks and gardens, weather|

I just want to cry and cry. Premenstrual in my 40s on holidays. No fun. Sydney is a beautiful place. The breeze, the boats, the beach. It seems lusher and greener than Melbourne . Sweet frangipani scent. Nice to visit :-)

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the most beautiful girl in the world

By | November 20th, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, friends, light art, literature, weather|

It is such a beautiful evening for sharing friendship. :-) I am so happy tonight. It is Mistress Butterfly's birthday. We went to an interesting collection of writers who have recently had a residency at the Wheeler Centre. They were beautiful stories. Something that stood out for me was one writer saying 'I write to [...]

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gorgeous spring evening of art, wine and food

By | November 10th, 2017|art, friends, weather|

What a beautiful evening. On so many levels. It really is strange to put those two worlds side by side. Strange in a good way. The Linden Postcard Exhibition was absolutely stimulating and I found something different every time I looked at a particular wall. I am so happy to be becoming closer to Honey [...]

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Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead – Nov 2, 2017

By | November 3rd, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, cinema, comedy, friends, holidays, interesting people, music, school, technology, Turtle|

Apparently Day of the dead is a time to commemorate and remember our friends and family. It is a great opportunity to celebrate the people around us who are part of our journey on earth. I am totally feeling this today. I feel so grateful to be in this world, firstly. It is a huge [...]

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In Between Two – Melbourne Festival

By | October 11th, 2017|art, comedy, interesting people, music, theatre|

I saw Joelistics and James Mangonhig from TZU perform tonight. What a treat. We got tickets to ‘In Between Two’ showing as part of the Melbourne Festival. It was a rich tapestry of storytelling, music, comedy and visual delights. Such an amazing and uplifting history.

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Feast of the senses – city medicine for the soul

By | August 26th, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, daily life|

The nice thing about living in the city is that if my heart feels so broken on a Saturday morning, I can go out into the world and get so distracted. The city that I live in is such a feast of the senses. A walk in my neighbourhood to buy tea turned into an [...]

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lies, feminism and street art

By | June 17th, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, daily life, interesting people, literature|

I did it anyway, hehe. I just felt like walking more than anything and it was so nice to venture out of the usual boundaries of my neighbourhood. There were fun things to see and do! Then my feet got sore from walking. Haha, I am the queen of whinging today, hehe. I figure it [...]

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