When I'm not writing, I'm a physiotherapist. Physiotherapists work with people to assist their recovery from injury and illness. I'm a physio in a private practice. In private practice I treat post surgical patients, those with musculoskeletal injuries, neurological injuries, auto-immune disease, continence and womens health issues. Some days I make splints and plaster limbs. It's … Continue reading Tireless Research
Month: September 2013
When I was a kid, I loved bush poetry. Loved its rhythms, its stories and its immediacy. As an adult I've attended a number of bush poets' breakfasts at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, and been entertained by some fabulous exponents of the art. Bush poetry makes you cry as often as you laugh, and … Continue reading Pilbara Thunder
Children are precious. We have two of them, and I am one of three siblings. A few years ago I asked my mother when you stopped worrying about your kids. She smiled, and said "Never. You just teach them as well as you're able, and then you pray that they make good choices in their … Continue reading Children
Where to start…
When I was contemplating this post, I was in two minds what to write about. For those readers who might not know, I live in Australia. Yesterday all of Australia went to the polls to vote in our Federal election. I did think that not many would be interested in the election, but I think … Continue reading Where to start…
How much can you fit into one week?
It's been a busy one. I'm probably exaggerating though, when I suggest that you couldn't have fitted anything more into the week. But it's Sunday night and I'm finally sitting down to write something on this blog after what seems never ending frenetic activity.Of course, as soon as I got organised, Nosey (cat) decided it … Continue reading How much can you fit into one week?