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Driving on the Left Side of the Road: Reeftown, New Zealand and Nelson, New Zealand

There it was flapping in the breeze. I can spot that flag hundreds of feet away. When in New Orleans helping to clean up after Hurricane Katrina, I was the only one who noticed it being carted out of a destroyed house while others remained oblivious. 372 more words

Travel

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Willie Nelson Men’s T-shirt (X-Large)

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I feel spring coming on...

Spring is in the air! At least it is today. I woke up feeling very hot and bothered, annoyed that the heat pump was on even though I had set the timer for it to start earlier this morning as I normally do. 240 more words

Repat Life

Series Preview: Blue Jays at Brewers

Hit the panic button, the season’s over (just kidding)! Having said that, there are definitely some causes for concern with this team right now. Drew Hutchison continues to show signs of breaking down, Mark Buehrle continues to struggle, and the starting pitching is giving up too many early leads.The hitting looks to be turning the corner again, and they are going to need to get hot in order to help the Jays gain some ground in the standings. 726 more words

Baseball

Richard Meros' Zebulon

- First published in the Nelson Mail’s blog section, 28/09/12

Richard Meros’ Zebulon: a cautionary tale is the strangest piece of New Zealand fiction I’ve read in a while. 682 more words

Sarah Dunn

All about slam poetry

- First published in the Nelson Mail’s blog section, 17/08/12

Slam poetry seems to be getting some well-deserved attention at the moment, so I thought that might be a nice topic to begin with. 645 more words

Nelson

Stitching a Hero: England Expects (or Maurice Elvey, Nelson and Me)

 

On 19 December 2013, I sat alone and in silence in a darkened basement room at the British Film Institute, watching a biographical film made in 1918. 478 more words

Sewing