Monthly Archives: July 2014

Keeping it in perspective

Further to a week on one-way emails, messaging, skyping, coming close to tears, and eventually giving up completely, it has been a pleasurable weekend completely off-air. A swim on the way home on Friday – I had to share a … Continue reading

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So many options, such utter failure

To say we live in a plugged in world is something of an understatement, even for us older than 30.  To sit surrounded by no less than 4 ‘devices’ and still be utterly defeated is not exactly what I had … Continue reading

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Crowd funding is nothing new

This week one of my friends found out that the cancer in his lung cannot be removed by surgery, may be knocked back a bit by some new drugs, but will definitely kill him.  I’m not sure how I would … Continue reading

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Not everything comes with a warning sign

A long time ago, when I was 16, my sister tipped a glass of water over my head at the dinner table because her neighbour asked me if I wanted to accompany him on a horse ride out to the … Continue reading

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