You’ve only yourselves to blame!

I have changed the title of my penultimate post,  it was causing confusion. I do believe some thought I'd turned up my toes, and died. Well happily I haven't. I'm still here, and didn't  mean to cause the confusion; it's just that I abhor the "B" word. No not that one; "Blog" is the one I detest! … Continue reading You’ve only yourselves to blame!

Hang on! I haven’t gone yet :)

Perhaps I should have used a different title for yesterdays post; it was, after all, a post to let my reader/follower know that I'm bored with all the health business blogs/posts. It's been going on for too long now, it was time for me to drop the subject. That's all! I'm actually feeling quite well, … Continue reading Hang on! I haven’t gone yet 🙂

The Penultimate Post.

You're not that lucky, I'm still here  😈 No, this is the last post I do about doctors & nurses, hospitals, blood and guts (mine). I'm just as fed up with it, as you all must be. Should that be y'all? Yesterday, that's Monday the 23rd, in case I don't get to finish this ramble today; I … Continue reading The Penultimate Post.

The Little People

This is sublime. I’d been to Geelong many times in th 50’s and never knew of this, I wished My Uncle Bill had told me.


It was on a day such as this, well not quite, but very nearly, that my uncle William told me about The Little People.

“Some people,” he said, “call them gnomes or leprechauns, but all over the world they have different names.”

“But they are just make-believe?” I asked.

And that set my mind a drift for all the years since. In my house in Ballarat there is a tree, it is still there, where the little people live. I wrote a post all about them some years ago and if anyone goes to the trouble to ask, I will tell you all again. But today I was in Geelong. Now Geelong is about one hundred kilometres from Melbourne and about one hundred kilometres from Ballarat and it makes a neat point on a triangle. I don’t go very often to Geelong but today I did. And Oh! what a…

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