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Rosalie Ham and ‘The Dressmaker’
Today I saw the film ‘The Dressmaker’ and I loved it. Quite a few years ago I read Rosalie Ham’s book ‘The Dressmaker’ and I loved that too. So I couldn’t wait to see this depiction on the big screen. … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Life, Music, People, Relationships, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged Australian life, Country towns, Dressmaking, Haute couture, Love, Revenge, Rumours, Secrets 1 Comment
‘Sunshine on Leith’ it feels so good…
Want to watch a feel-good, beautiful and straight-forward movie? Then you might want to see ‘Sunshine on Leith’. Yesterday we went to see a film, just something pleasant to do in the late afternoon. My husband chose the film, I had vaguely heard about … Continue reading
Posted in Life, Music, People, Relationships, Uncategorized Tagged Edinburgh, Love, Music, Ordinary people, Scotland, War Leave a comment
When a child never returns . . .
What happens when a person or family experiences a loss so unfathomable, distressing and profound that they cannot make sense of? I’m talking about when a child goes missing and never returns? How does a family cope when sentenced to disenfranchised grief … Continue reading
Posted in Life, People, Relationships, Uncategorized Tagged Abduction, Brothers, Dedication, Disinfranchised grief, Loss, Lost child, Love, Siblings 3 Comments
A little friend goes to school. . .
A little friend who lives in our street is about to embark on a very big adventure. She starts school for the very first time this week. Yesterday, she arrived at our house, all decked out in her new school … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Life, People, Relationships, Uncategorized Tagged Change, Children, Family, Grandparents, Love, Parents, Prep school, Protection, School teachers, Starting school, Uniforms 5 Comments