Help I need Mon Mon. Remember I wrote some books to help my youngest and foolish people encouraged me, and I insanely decided to try and publish them. If you need a reminder read Things I am Trying to do. So needing a new old car and trying to save the front garden has … Continue reading Evil Money Grubbing Loon Turns Professional Beggar.
The benefits of Tabby's decision just keep rolling in. I come from a long line of country people. Tabitha's studying Outdoor Education for which camping is an essential part of the course; camping in a tent. As country people know; due to our close kinship with the Earth; why on Earth would anyone in their … Continue reading Tabby’s Decision; It Just Keeps Getting Better!
Tabitha is in year 11 and thanks to the years of delays in obtaining therapy her coping strategies are completely inadequate to the new level of tension. The cracks started to show at the end of last year; studying the Holocaust upset her so much it effected all her subjects. I wanted her to … Continue reading My Little Genius
My husband insists I blog about this. He has a whole speech about why its valid & important and will get it off my chest. But he's not fooling me; we disagree and he's sick of listening. So you have to put up with this. Okay! Most people probably don't know we in Australia have … Continue reading Politics – Pauline Hanson
I was asked to write a biography to go with an application for a volunteer position. I thought it might interest people crazy enough to read my other rubbish. I love you, my crazy followers! Lisa Holt I was born in a tiny town in Gippsland Victoria, because my parents lived in an even smaller … Continue reading My Life – A Job Application
Tabitha was having trouble with her homework over the weekend, Mum really wanted to let her teachers know so they could help. I was aware that she may have found her neurofeedback session on Friday a little confronting. So in the interests of better communication I wrote the following for her Pastoral Care teacher (Home room, … Continue reading School Note
Just when I think I am getting my life together, everything goes wrong. I feel like a capable adult, I think like a capable adult. I make complicated plans; based on a broad knowledge and intelligent reasoning, I have the skills to do many things extremely well. But I never get anywhere. I can't get … Continue reading I’m Out
I started blogging because the members of the writing circle I joined suggested it, but I didn't know how to start. The writer's centre - Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre, was having a class called Blogging 101. I attended, I loved it; it not only answered all my questions it was fantastic. I went home … Continue reading Hurrah a New Blogging Class
In every part of my body I ache I've eaten all the chocolate cake I walked for miles to sell some books Braving the cold & disparaging looks And now my toils are all but done The profits are for another one "It's for the kids" is the rallying cry I've done my part, so … Continue reading I Hate School Fairs
The Book Fair is coming by hook or by crook. Where students buy novelties instead of a book. We'll make lots of profit but books & not cash. I'm so overwhelmed I've developed a rash! The library's busy, so the fair has no home! The shelves are on wheels so the school we must roam. … Continue reading Don’t Volunteer at Your Kids’ School