I remember when the only way you could connect to the Internet was by having a cord connected to the computer. Computers took up half the desk and needed a constant power source to work, it took ages to load a website and our choices for search engines and programs were limited. We could only … Continue reading Remember When
This post is for my sonic. It’s for my light in the dark, my warmth when it’s cold, my strength when I’ve none. I write this for the other half of me who is so many kilometres away yet so close by at the same time. I write this post on the ninth month of … Continue reading For My Love
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Thanks giving. The day for thankfulness, friends, family and food. As many US citizens bring their celebrations to a close or head to bed nursing large food babies consisting of turkey and other tasty holiday treats, I thought I would bring you a list of the things I am thankful for. My loving, caring, kind … Continue reading Turkey Day Thankfulness
She’s been a therapist, a taxi driver, a nurse, chef and clothing stylist. She’s taken me to many a hospital appointment and stayed up with me while I was sick. We’ve fought and had fun, spent time together and time apart. We’ve competed in the Bridge to Brisbane twice with friends and family and she … Continue reading My inspiration
We've got our second guest poster, Tia. Tia is a close friend of mine who runs her own facebook page, Through My Eyes Tia saw my I am from poem and set out to write her own. Here it is. I am from I am from mother and father, both loved and adored From family, … Continue reading Guest post: I am from
Here’s the first post, on my brand new shiny blog! This is where we cheer if there was anything to cheer about. There’s not though, so let’s just continue like that never happened.