Bay Bitch: Searches for Stillness

March 3, 2017

After a stressful week under fluorescence, crammed in by PCs, copiers, and failing air cons and surrounded by other semi-comatose workers, a relaxing walk around the bay seemed tempting. The serenity of the bay would […]

Closing the circle

February 17, 2017

Once on the Bay Run most of us are compelled to complete the full circuit. Perhaps it is because the alternative would be to catch a taxi home or wait for a bus that may […]

Dashed Dreams

February 17, 2017

On the first of January I felt empowered by the New Year and all the wonderful feelings I was having thinking about new goals, new activities and doing old things in a new way. I […]

Bay Bitch: Child of the resolution

February 3, 2017

Well it’s another year and another resolution! One I feel committed to adhering to so I can survive this mad world. My New Year resolution is to simply do things differently. ‘Things’ being anything I […]

Bay Bitch: The end, my friend

December 2, 2016

At this time of year everything is winding up. The class I teach has just finished today and my son will soon be finishing his primary school years while my daughter has just finished university. […]

Bay bitch: The Patch Job

November 18, 2016

With Christmas approaching most are beautifying their respective areas – I’m trying to get my fallen down wall repaired before the onslaught of my family. I am tossing up whether to have it repaired professionally […]

Bay Bitch: After the deluge

November 4, 2016

I realised recently that the most enjoyable aspect of doing the Bay Walk is looking forward to the impending aftermath of it. Most of my head space during the walk is filled with conjuring up […]

Bay bitch: Ablution absolute

October 21, 2016

Recently at The Art Gallery of NSW I was transfixed with one of the art works displayed as a part of the Wynne prize exhibition called ‘The Solid Mandala’, by Imants Tillers. The lower half […]

Bay bitch: same same, but different

October 21, 2016

I have been wondering how people cope with the mundanity of life that most of us can’t escape. Our exercise regimes often exacerbate the tedium of our everyday existences. Of course, this is a First […]

Bay Bitch sweats it out

October 7, 2016

Spring has sprung around the Bay. Fish are jumping out of the water more frequently to let the sun warm their slimy bodies, magpies are swooping to harvest human hair to make their babies’ nests […]

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