Sometimes exercising your right to an attorney doesn’t work out. Especially when your attorney needs to respray his Mohawk.
On the 11th minute of the 11th
hour of the 11th month…
We Will Remember Them
A story of bravery, humility, honour, camaraderie and sacrifice, as remembered by South Australian veterans who served in New Guinea during World War II.
I laugh at the idea of making the present the same as the glorious past. To hear some people talk, their past was lived in Nirvana. Idyllic and almost heaven. Yet I remember their ragged clothes, their snotty noses, using socks for mittens in the middle of winter. The past has different rules.
My friend. My inspiration. May we have many more ‘ordinary moments’.
Every capital city in every Australian state hosts many major annual events to entertain tourists and locals alike. Whether you’re an Aussie looking to travel to other cities or you’re planning a visit from overseas, you’ll soon see that these events are well worth travelling for.
We love our kitchens, don’t we? Here’s a brief look at the early days of kitchen storage and how cabinets have evolved over the years.
I know for my part that the first books I ever read were fiction books for boys. I later grew to consume adult-themed books but I never forgot those amazing stories of adventure, friendship, and epic battles. So let me share some of the benefits you get from reading fiction books.
John Keats lived for just 25 years — and, yet, his literary reams of gold have left their imprint on the sands of time.
Rest in Peace Grand lady,
The champion of human rights.
Gutsy, wordy, playing with the dark
In the quiet, I understood. I had learned the lessons, and this was an opportunity to apply the wisdom and do it differently. This time, I would love me first.