Wordless Wednesday – heroes come in all shapes and sizes

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Wordless Wednesday – Cultural Beauty

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The bureaucrats have got it wrong; they just need to listen to our voices

Flipping through this morning’s daily newspaper, I was horrified to read the headline on page five First kill order has SW sharks in sights. Journalist Sam Tomlin writes: “The Department of Fisheries has issued the first kill order for a shark in Western Australian waters after a group of white pointers menaced holiday-makers in the south […]

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Remembering Miss Cake

This blog post is a contribution to the 52 Blogs project run by Justin Cawthorne. Bloggers participating in the challenge are given a topic every week and simply do what they do best – write. “Cake” is the first topic of the year.  With cake being the first cab of the rank, I’ll bet you’re […]

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Wordless Wednesday – I’d rather be at the beach

 

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Moments of the Year

Last year to commemorate 2011 I compiled a monthly summary of the year that was but this year I want to share my most memorable moments – they were definitely times of achievement and, in some cases, downfall. HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR Probably my highlight of the year was meeting New Zealand actor Michael Hurst […]

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Ending the year with a fabo blog award

With great thanks to the inspirational Chelsea over at runninggirl, I’ve been graciously given a blogging award to mark the end of 2012. If you head over to get to know Chels, you’ll find she’s a highly motivated young woman who has conquered the year with positive health and fitness goals – I can only […]

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Mustard-hating, sausage-loving angels

Ever been to a sausage sizzle out the front of Masters or Bunnings and bitten into a freshly barbecued hot dog with onions and sauce of your favourite condiment, knowing all the while your $2.50 was going to a worthy cause? Well on Saturday, fundraising group Jay’s Angels did their first sausage sizzle out the front […]

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The importance of a great running shoe

A boring headline, I know…but it sums up the message I’m trying to get across. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my first year of running, it’s the importance of a good running shoe. For a few years earlier, when I was trying to run and failed miserably (resulting in the stoppage of […]

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Raes of joy in heaven and earth

This week the world lost a person of phenomenal passion, a woman of light and a human of integrity. This week, a score of individuals lost a friend who made a difference to the world. It was in late 2006 that I met Rae Joy, when I first joined as a volunteer for the WA […]

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