There are few things as satisfying as finding a bulky package in the mailbox, opening it, and finding a book in there with your name in it. This is what happened to me just a few days ago, and I wanted to share the experience with you as soon as possible.
On the cover is the title – Memory Weaving, with the by-line An Anthology of Dementia Journeys.
And from the back cover, what’s it about?
Spare a thought for Chilli, the ISA Brown x Leghorn x Australorp chicken who became a blind sometime after her first birthday, possibly during Melbourne’s Xmas heatwave. Not sure exactly when or how it happened – I was having a great old time in Gelnelg, Adelaide with the family at the time, and during my weekly reports from Dad, got the news that Chilli ‘wasn’t quite right’….
Indeed, on my…
I’m sure spidey did a great job keeping off the aphids and other little bugs from the grape vine.
orange flames lift up
Originally posted on Milkwood: homesteading skills for city & country:
This place! These people! Recently I was lucky enough to hang out at Good Life Permaculture’s HQ, based in a backyard in the hills high above Hobart, Tasmania.
Hannah and Anton are busy turning a steeply sloping backyard into a patch of edible awesome – complete with veggie beds, food forests, chooks, ducks and bees……
A Victorian Sunset over Bushfires
Laugh, Set, Dispatch
Tall green spectators
you served, I slipped
an elbow dug into red clay
what a racket
Roses versus Heatwave
Mmmm slightly crispy petals, just the way any discerning mountain goat likes them. Let’s call it a…