Covid # 1

Monday this week we were booked for the first of our Covid jabs. Half an hour before my appointment things were looking good. I checked I had my phone and something to read. My husband had his jacket on and a cup of coffee in hand which means I’ll be doing the driving while he … More Covid # 1


I am a covert romantic. When I’m all on my own I watch ‘Virgin River’ on Netflix and when I’m not, I download chick lit onto my Kindle so I think I know what I’m missing out on by living with the most practical but non-romantic person on the planet. Our conversations at this time … More Romance


My mother in law was a Southland farmer’s wife. She knew all about hard work and new ventures. During her life she was part of the team of two who turned swampland into farmland, then went bush to develop a tourist venture. While there was still some gas in the tank she travelled around the … More Nola


It came to me today as I listened to the achievements of the cricketer making 200 runs on debut at Lords, that while he is most certainly talented and possesses a formidable determination, he could not have stood out there on his own. He needed a team mate at the other end and perhaps more … More Winning

The Wobbly Thing.

Switch on with the remote then using the playstation controller push the playstation icon to make the screen go blue. (Not an issue. A child could do this.) and you can see the list of instructions. (Isn’t that a menu? ). Click on x for Ben. (Nonono. How do I do that? Okayyyy, got it.)Use … More The Wobbly Thing.