Bren’s Immunotherapy Trial: Update

Just a quick note to let everyone following Brendan’s progress know that he has been given the greenlight to start the immunotherapy trial. He will receive his first treatment on Tuesday. Thank you all for your kind words, well wishes, positive thoughts and prayers. We appreciate you all more than we could possibly say in… Continue reading Bren’s Immunotherapy Trial: Update

What’s on My Mind

To Be or Not to Be – on a Committee:  Some Australian State Schools, both primary and high, are supported by Parents and Citizens Associations. These groups provide volunteer support, raise funds for infrastructure and other expenses and assist in the administration of their school. A large part of many P&C activities is the provision of subsidies to school excursions and other… Continue reading What’s on My Mind

City

I have always loved this City but didn’t understand how important she would become to me until that day, sitting shell shocked and afraid for my husbands life – within a building on the street of her most vibrant, eclectic inner-city precinct. As she wrapped her arms around my husband and me, safely holding us… Continue reading City

Role playing

To do whatever is required of you in any situation without it becoming a role that you identify with is an essential lesson in the art of living that each one of us has to learn. You are most powerful, most effective, when you are completely yourself. ~ Eckhart Tolle : A New Earth. Deb,… Continue reading Role playing

A Book’s Journey

When my two 12 year olds asked what I was doing with the book that had the ribbon wrapped around it – I replied “I’m giving it to someone.” When they asked who? I told them I didn’t know: whoever picks it up and thinks they might enjoy it. Then they asked why?  I said,… Continue reading A Book’s Journey