Sunday Night

It’s Sunday night and I’ve just watched the Kath & Kim telemovie (which was reasonably funny) and have chatted on the phone with Sue. It was a good day, today, travelling to Newcastle for a meeting of our art group, Hawkesbury One. It was a really successful meeting and I’m pretty excited about some of …

Lunchtime Sunday

It’s Sunday afternoon and I’ve just arrived back home after lunch, a very yummy Masala Dhosa, at the Indian cafe next to the Dhaba on Cleveland Street. While having lunch I read through the Sunday Telegraph. There was not much of interest in today papers, although I did guess the identity of one of the …

Chess – The Musical

Judy, Greg, Cotton and I went to see an amateur production of the musical “Chess”, performed by the Eastwood Uniting Church Musical Society at West Ryde this afternoon. As far as amateur productions go, it was pretty good, with the musical direction being absolutely terrific. Greg said the guitar solo at the end of “Pity …

Holidays Are Over

It’s Monday night on my first day back at work and I’m exhausted. It’s almost like that feeling when you’ve finish high school or university and you get your first full-time job in the “real workforce” – as opposed to short-term summer work – and you come totally exhausted. I’ve had a great couple of …

It Wasn’t So Bad

It’s Friday afternoon and I’ve just been sitting in the nearby park enjoying the sunshine. What a nice way to spend the afternoon, watching the people with dogs in a park that doesn’t allow dogs, watching the retired people go for their afternoon walks, watching the “disco boy” with an iPod bopping along as he …

Forty Years Ago

It’s Tuesday night and I’ve just been to the launch of the new Richard Glover book, Desperate Husbands, at Shearers Bookstore in Leichhardt. Oddly enough, I’ve just discovered today there’s two h’s in Leichhardt, which has come as quite a revelation. The last few days have been reasonably uneventful as I’ve slept in, watched television …