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Education or Indoctrination?

Is our current education system offering education or indoctrination? The later is usually associated with religious or political ideals. As schools are generally getting bigger, they appear to be becoming less able to offer students the freedom to learn without indoctrinating them into the system. Or maybe they never were. Those who can’t be indoctrinated, […]

The Farmer’s Wife – Motorbike Moment

I remember learning to ride George’s motorbike. It was a two wheeled Suzuki ER 185cc, bright yellow and covered in mud, or was it cow shit. Probably both. It was aged beyond its years from some seriously tough farm work. I had been going ok, getting the hang of it quite nicely.   The Farmer’s […]

The Farmer’s Wife – Hay Carting Initiation

Farming and hay carting seem to go hand in hand, so it was only going to be a matter of time before I experienced the joys of the job. Now for the novice out there, hay carting takes place late spring and through summer, often during the hottest, driest part of the season………. The Farmer’s […]

Destiny of Kings launched on Amazon

All my friends and family, especially all those who helped edit and produce the book can get a copy for Kindle at a special introductory price of approximately $1.37 AUD or 99cents USD on Amazon until the end of June. All reviews on Amazon would be very much appreciated. Paperback copies will be available on […]

First Fiction Novel – Destiny of Kings

The IRS are sorted, yep, you can’t publish on Amazon without dealing with the US revenue service. My Amazon account is ready to go, the cover is done and the final edit is only days away. So, get ready for the launch of my first fiction novel – Destiny of Kings. Once the book is […]

How to bring the holiday home

How can you make everyday, just like your holidays? You know what I mean, when you are on holiday nothing is urgent (except catching your plane on time), everything happens as and when you feel like it and you can plan or just wing it if you like. Well at least this is the case […]

The Farmer’s Wife – One of my Many Moments

My family decided it was time to meet my boyfriends family; not really sure exactly when this was, but most likely around the time we announced our engagement, which was to be combined with George’s 18th birthday. I know, so young, but so very happy. My mum and dad visited, were shown around the farm […]

The Farmer’s Wife – Meet the Parents

I recall the first visit to the farm. I was excited as George’s old valiant AP6, with its spotted paint job and touched up rust, no seat belts, low bucket seats and wide mag rims rattled its way down the very rough track to his family farm. That was the main road, we still had […]

Is Truth Subjective?

I spent much of my late childhood, teens and early adulthood, believing that the world could be pretty simple if everyone just told the truth and did the right thing. You know what I mean. It is either black or white, wrong or right, isn’t it? This has probably been the longest learning curve of […]

The Farmer’s Wife – How it all Began

When I was preparing to leave school, if you had told me I would marry a dairy farmer and live on a farm, surrounded by cows, hay and cow shit. Wearing japara jackets and wellington rubber boots, I would have thought you were crazy. Yet, a year later I met a guy at a youth […]