There are all sort of parents in this world, and you see them at the school camp drop off. Those who are whooping their way out of that bag drop, punching the air and screaming “Look out silence, HERE I COME!” They wave enthusiastically at a tinted window their child could be behind (but who … Continue reading Camp cramps
Breaking News: Reports of a possible missing person. A stay-at-home mother from Sydney’s Insular Peninsula appears to have disappeared. The missing mother is known as a woman who quietly and boringly got on with her life as a housewife and children’s Uber driver. She was not known as social, being as she was mostly stuck … Continue reading Missing Mother
My late rising New Year’s resolution is kindness. Be kind, show kindness, kind, kind, kind. It’s everywhere – the new catch phrase to counteract narcissism generated in our age of the selfie. Me me me it’s all about me, verses Be kind to one another. I should have been an anthropologist or psychologist instead of … Continue reading Practising Kindness. Kind of.
Hair Remember these? Well, this was me as I hit my 21st year (times two) of life. When the grey's popped up in my mouse brown hair, I thought blond highlights would be a good idea to blend them seamlessly away. Beginning with just a little blond, I found myself a year later unsuspectingly sporting … Continue reading Ageing Disgracefully
Ahhh, school camp. It's a challenge for a parent, is it not? Firstly the packing list. ‘Old t–shirts and shorts’. Read: Complete and Utter Fashion Dilemma, might as well have written ‘pressure mum and dad to buy you the latest Nike gold plated futsal sneakers and scuff appropriately so it looks like you always wear … Continue reading School Camp