It’s taken years, and there have been many other plant-deaths along the way, but my Aussie Parade Carrot Splash Orchid (that’s what the label says) has finally spiked. The flowers are hidden beneath beneath the leaves, so it was hard to get good shots. It’s also made a little side plant! I have to re-pot […]
On Thursday afternoon, Rohan asked to go for a walk to escape the noisy toddlers in the tent beside ours, which is hypocritical because he’s the noisiest person I know. It was 4pm, too late to walk far, but we set out south-ish on the Border Track, where the forest’s greens were filtered into afternoon […]
The family are having cruisy holiday this week so I’ve knocked over a couple of books in genres I’ve been keen to check out, as both genres intrigued me when I heard about them from my friends Ellen Gregory and Barb Pini. Both novels have been interesting, and different to each other and what I’d […]
Last Monday I dropped the kids to school and escaped into the mountains. This was the view. The mountains remind me of waves. I find this view beautiful, calming, but also have a sense of the vulnerability of this forest. How does it make you feel? Wondering about how people relate to nature, and […]
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I’ve known Frank Michaels Errington professionally for several years now and there’s no doubt he’s one of the biggest fans of horror fiction. Frank is one of the most prolific readers and reviewers of horror and his review website, Horrible Book Reviews has quite the following. He goes above and beyond…
Where do you feel unsafe and unwelcome? Where do you feel safe and welcome? How are these feelings evoked? Research for an arts collaboration.
Jasmine and I enjoyed a beautiful creek adventure today. It was our last day together before Rohan is on holiday, too, so I wanted to do something special. We got pretty wet. One of us might have gone swimming. It was cold, but beautiful. This is in the Gold Coast Hinterland and is National Park.