It’s December 1st, so that means its time for the inevitable yearly wrap-up that gets all the clicks. But before I head into the dreaded listicle territory, I’m going to look at Australia’s literal territories, and just what the fuck they got up to this year, from the perspective of a child in Sydney who struggles to charge a phone, let alone understand the intricacies of the music scenes available within each state. 870 more words
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Zeb and Eider Duck are on another train.
We had our first long train ride on Australia’s Indian Pacific, and now we are going on another one. 487 more words
My patient is perched on the arm of the chair in her isolation room, looking out the window. I’m making her bed and having a well-controlled inner tantrum with the sheets, which are sticking to my gloves and making my hospital corners look like, well, not hospital corners. 444 more words
I have read several articles by John Gray and enjoy his writing and insight. I know when an author is connecting with something important to me because I talk out loud while I am reading it. 1,014 more words