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- A shift in the seasons 2 days ago The season is shifting. The daytime warmth is now an uncomfortable, sticky heat and we start to yearn for the rains. The cool mornings have started to warm a little, but not as much as the seasonal usual. And not enough to nurture the budding mangoes. I fear a poor mango season is ahead. On...
- A peek into my wish bucket 1 week ago I have been nursing some unexpected foot pain the past few days and with great reluctance have skipped my early morning cycle and swim to ensure that whatever had caused the pain would be not be aggravated. So I woke slowly on Friday morning, as the sun slowly seeped in through the bedroom...
- Waves 1 week ago It’s a strange thing, grief. We think of it as a process which moves in a linear way. We think we are making progress forwards. And then there is a moment, a memory, a scent, or piece of music. Even the sight of a familiar food, and we are again ambushed by a wave of […]
- Breathless 2 weeks ago I slipped out of the room, near the end of a discussion on writing inspiration, straining my ears as the voice of Louis de Bernieres faded gradually. In no time I was on my way to Mandalay airport. I could scarcely breathe. My heart was fluttering and my pulse racing. And for once this was […]
- Celestial navigation 1 month ago Today would have been my father’s 83rd birthday. Today is the first time in my life I have not been able to speak with him on this date. Birthdays were not a big deal really to my father, but I always made sure that wherever I was, I would phone on his birthday. He would […]
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17:38 PM December 11, 2012
Feisty Blue Gecko's blog is amazing. She inspires everyone who reads her words. She is kind, honest, and puts herself out there. She's brave by discussing her experience with breast cancer all the while bringing nothing but sunshine on her Myanmar experience. She is amazing. And special. I'm lucky to know her.