This is what I did in one day- I met a number of people over the day. 9 AM First up I met an international student social worker at Melbourne Polytechnic to find out more about International Students in the North of Melbourne. I learnt that there are a number of students studying accounting, business and…Read more »
This is a story about the relationship between a man and a woman. Or it’s a story of the power tug of war between the female and the male psyche and who does it better. I am privy to this theme when observing my parents sharpening knives before the salami making slaughter. Who can make…Read more »
It’s Ok to be just what I am at this moment in time and know that I am doing my best with what I have and with where I am at.
Who does it better when it comes to sharpening knives?
The Queen’s Birthday Long weekend of June in Mildura is reserved for salami making.
The climate and the timing are ideal.
Early morning frost Waking up and walking Engages the senses Feel, Breathe, Appreciate the simple things Here is a slides show A meditation of the senses
My world has become a complex web of tangled possibilities. No sooner do I untangle one knot, Find myself enmeshed Somewhat conflicted. In what way can I aim to find the best solution? Stop Trying To FIX Allow. IT. The negative vibe catches like a bushfire, Writing brings me back to the truth. Turning inwards…Read more »
This is how big a zucchini will grow, unlike the petite, perfect ones sold in the supermarket.
When a zucchini is this large people might think that they are too big, hard and seedy to eat, but we used to make the most delicious meal out of them and we still do.
I have been asked how one might make olive oil, with the olives from a solitary tree and without an olive press. A recent trip to Mildura, post olive oil production and enlightened to learn from Giuseppa Callipari, that making it without a machine was a practice in Natile, Calabria for those who did not…Read more »