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The Voyage game: One year on

On 30 November 2015 the museum launched our new educational game, The Voyage, at the Tasmanian Museum and Gallery in Hobart.The Voyage is a ‘serious’ game based on the transportation of convicts from Britain to Van Diemen’s Land in the early nineteenth century. 543 more words


Giving Thanks Tonight

Here it is, on the eve of Thanksgiving here in the US, and it’s easy for me to find many things to be thankful and grateful for. 369 more words

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Another Year, Another Adventure

To my Little Man,

I can’t believe we have another year under our belts as a mother and son team. What an adventure it’s been! I can’t believe you’re turning into a full-fledged teen; not a newbie teen of thirteen, but a teen with a full year under your belt, at fourteen. 779 more words

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We're on our way!

So we did it! We left the dock and headed south. It was a bit emotional for both Kelsey and I finally getting underway leaving my dog Osita with my mother and saying goodbye to all our family and friends… 664 more words

Disconnection Is Killing Us

We are all designed for connection. Period. We need each other. When we are born, it’s the love and connection to our mother and the rest of our family that provides the assurance and safety that we need in order to grow well and develop a healthy sense of self. 1,377 more words

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Ever Hopeful

My son is usually a glass half empty kind of guy. He is often pessimistic, and looks at the world as always having some sort of “catch.” “There’s always a catch, Mom!” 529 more words

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Book Review: The Voyage: A Historical Novel set during the Holocaust, Inspired by real events

I would rate this one at 3.5/5 stars

So I happened to grab a promotional copy of this eBook ” The Voyage” by Author Roberta Kagan, a few weeks ago and since I mostly write now a days (my second fiction, a Literary novel with a strong psychological bend); I delayed to start reading this one. 441 more words