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Seamstress, dressmaker, sewer or needlewoman

I have read the Seamstress now I have read Posie Graeme Evans‘ book The Dressmaker. It is the first historical fiction I have read in the last couple of months.   194 more words


I certainly had a romanticised notion of working and living on a station/farm when I first started out...

I snickered to myself when one of my sisters remarked that my life was like McLeod’s Daughters.

To them, my endless Instagram and Facebook spam of my rural photography encompasses my full farming experience. 415 more words


More Netflix streaming goodies, and I checked, they are still there*

Luther: Oh Idris Elba, I first fell for you in a big way when you were that nasty but so very attractive drug-dealing bastard Stringer Bell on… 948 more words


Diary of a Blues fan - Round 9 - The Bye

Carlton had the bye this week, not the bye as in “Bye Frank, can’t believe I ran into you in the cheese aisle at the supermarket, we’ll have to catch up some time”, but the bye as in the bye where your team doesn’t play anyone due to the fixture. 269 more words