Are You Connected?

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An observation from my experience with the COVID restrictions is that that some of us may not be as well connected with others as we could be. With new found freedoms, as we moved down alert levels, I have noticed in some circles that I move in, that people have become more proactive in making Read More

Gratitude that Spreads

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I was reflecting on our recent Father’s Day and wondered how it originally came about. Apparently the first event that explicitly honoured fathers was a Sunday sermon that honoured 362 men who died in a mining accident in 1908 in Virginia. The first officially recognised Father’s Day was in Spokane Washington in 1910 initiated by Read More

Wild Ride of Change

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I was reading a book recently called “Bourne to Rally” the autobiography of the late Possum Bourne. In the book there are many photos of Peggy Bourne his wife. Possum Bourne died in a tragic accident in April 2003 during the “Race to the Sky” at Cardrona in Otago. Now 17 years later Peggy Bourne Read More