Flashback Friday – On The Same Frequency

I had such a good time recently on air on The Arts Program on 99.9 Voice FM as a guest presenter, that I'll be doing it semi-regularly. Sitting in the studio is always a beautifully nostalgic place for me, because it takes me back to my formative years and reminds me of how connected I … Continue reading Flashback Friday – On The Same Frequency

As Pretty As Flowers And As Funny As A Clown – Thoughts on Mother’s Day.

In the past I've been very against Mother's Day. The marketing machine dictating that mothers like all things fluffy, pink and scented annoys me. It's a cop-out to give the woman who you should really know very well a off-the-shelf on a certain day of the year for doing a job and maintaining a relationship that … Continue reading As Pretty As Flowers And As Funny As A Clown – Thoughts on Mother’s Day.

Starting School

Yesterday, my eldest child started school. I’ve been counting down for five years until this moment. I thought I would skip off merrily after dropping him on the first day, and with a big sigh of relief have myself a mid-morning cocktail and a rest. I was sure I wouldn't cry.   But there I … Continue reading Starting School

All The Things I Did In 2018

2018 was a year of investment, transition and learning. I worked at Sovereign Hill and Ballarat Community Health. I directed The Sum of Us for Creswick Theatre Company. I helped Madame Yum and Christine Tammer Music develop Random Number Generator for White Night Ballarat. I performed poetry at Words Out Loud. I attended Showcase Victoria, … Continue reading All The Things I Did In 2018

I Wish I Was Boycotting Xmas.

I wish I was boycotting Christmas, but I can't. I've threatened to "go bush" over Xmas for a few years now (both metaphorically and literally). This year, I naively thought I might really do it. No tree, no presents, no family, no food, no cakes, no carols. I was all for being the biggest Scrooge-Grinch … Continue reading I Wish I Was Boycotting Xmas.