Monthly Archives: May 2010

Small Town Emergency

I had one of those horrible parenting moments last night, one of those moments where I felt sure my daughter was badly hurt. Arlia was standing near the front door when she tipped back and the base of her skull … Continue reading

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The Big Smoke

After nine years of loving country living, my family and I are moving back to the Big Smoke. I’m looking for an exciting, interesting, stimulating social media or community arts job that will keep me passionate, connected and in a … Continue reading

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A Bit of Class

I’ve just finished reading D.H Lawrence‘s Lady Chatterley’s Lover. Raunchy and cutting edge, even for now I think. When an author uses the word cunt, they’re trying to make a point of some sort, and they will raise some shackles. … Continue reading

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Hip Hop Hooray

It was a humdinger of a morning. Inevitable, really. My stress levels are a little high, Tully (7) and Max (9) are in the silly buggers stage together. They spent the morning lying upside down on the couch, giggling; winding … Continue reading

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Uneven Immigration

I’m an immigrant. I was born in Malawi, Central Africa. ┬áMy older sister was the first 3rd generation white person┬áborn in Malawi. I was the second. We left Malawi when I was a small baby and spent a year traveling … Continue reading

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