Month: September 2021

  • Growing Expectation

    Growing Expectation

    There’s a growing expectation this weekend may see the end of the hard lockdown here in Northern NSW. Or maybe not?

    Aside from the case the other week involving the family from Sydney, and the occasional trace in sewage, we’ve (so far) managed to avoid the worse of the current COVID outbreak.… Read the rest

  • South Lismore at night

    South Lismore at night

    A few days ago I was inspired by a photograph on Instagram.

    From what I can see, the photographer, Mark Kriedemann is a journalist at the local commercial radio station here in Lismore.… Read the rest

  • Lismore Walk

    Lismore Walk

    “Have you ever done this walk before?”, I asked a family member when she said, “I’d like to come on one of your walks with you”. She replied that she hadn’t, nor did she know there was a Botanic Gardens in Lismore.… Read the rest

  • What do you think of the new ABBA songs?

    What do you think of the new ABBA songs?

    I spent a lot of the day answering questions from friends, family and colleagues. You know how it is, though. You’re trying to do your job (Friday always has lots of deadlines I need to meet), and there’s a pop up message which you answer quickly, ignore, or promise yourself to get back to later in the day.… Read the rest

  • Today’s Lismore Walk

    Today’s Lismore Walk

    You know how some things only capture your interest when you see someone else looking at them?

    I can’t keep track of the number of times I’ve walked past the sign for the Lyle Roberts Senior Memorial Bush Food Garden, down by the river bank at Lismore.… Read the rest

  • Wednesday Words and Critical Thinking

    Wednesday Words and Critical Thinking

    There was the time recently trying to link my various government accounts – MyGov, ATO, Medicare – when I became quite frustrated.

    Despite my very good understanding of what was needed, I still struggled to make it all work.… Read the rest