Does relief always imply hope?

Greetings those of faith in the greater good, If you listen, you will hear the planet sigh: it is the sound of relief and some hope. (Does relief always imply hope? Checking the Thesaurus now. ) This week I played bridge (for the uninitiated, bridge is a card game as well as the connection between […]

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Most of the horses will be Australian

Greetings Weather Watchers, I refer to observers of the cold-spell currently underway and not to those wondering which way the wind will blow on the first Tuesday this November.  And, on that date I refer, of course,  to The Horse Race and not the rabbit run in the good ole US of A.     […]

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Electric lightbulb moment

Greetings Eaters of Crow, I write to you as Dansa Andrewsa, head in hands, heart in mouth, during these catastrophic times for the world as we know it. For Mexicans (aka Victorians) the world has in deed and in the great and only true Australian game, come to an unprecedented end. In deference to the […]

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This is not Wende’s text….or is it?

Greetings travellers, Last Friday night, the Mitcham Village Art & Crafts Assoc. Inc., (t/a Gallery One Mitcham) AGM took place amid zero fan-fare. It was a light-hearted affair and with very little ado, we managed to dispense with the business of the evening in a record 25mins.  Election of the 2020-2021 committee was achieved as […]

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Do you follow your head or your heart

Greetings Worryors, Do you follow your head or your heart or flip a coin and leave it to chance? Of course it is the big questions I refer to here: do you, for instance, lather salted butter on your bread with peanut butter (organic, naturally ) or go it alone, completely naked under the sun, […]

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Elephant in the room remained silent

Greetings, salutations et al especially to SALAtarians, It’s beginning to feel like survivor guilt. Today the sun is shining, children frolic and laugh; they are chortling and playing outside next door. I had breakfast of blueberry pancakes with friends and later rummaged in fabric bins at a sale and all the while the elephant in […]

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Are the old games the best games?

…is it only because you understand completely the rules you play by? Greetings Players All, Did you take to card and board games with your family during COVID19 lockdown? Set a jig-saw or 2? Have you kept on playing afterwards? Are the old games the best games? If they are, is it only because you […]

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