AN ODE TO JOY

This morning at what I like to call ‘the shops’ a previous serve-yourself shopper left their receipt and it attached to ours. I felt like a voyeur but over coffee I read their receipt. I can’t believe some of the things that person bought. It’s funny the alternative lives that people carry around in their … Continue reading AN ODE TO JOY

ROBOT 1

Easter has been a glory. At long last we’ve had days of fine weather, neighbours over to christen the deck, a walk to the fish market, prawns in a light lemon dressing and chardonnay, a full moon, crickets in the garden, butterflies. Sydney emptied out again via three hour queues at the airport, and on … Continue reading ROBOT 1