Greetings from Yeppoon Wow  life seems even more surreal than normal  if thats possible with all the  strange  chaos and turbulance  going on in the world at present Here I am on the beautiful Capricorn Coast high upon a hill  in Yeppoon with stunning views  out to the Keppel Islands . The weather has been idyllic  although its a hot one today and the dogs and I are inside and grateful for the airconditioning The  dogs in my care are the lovely Lexi  a part Husky  I have devoted a whole story to  upcoming in my story  tab and two … Read More »

THE SERPENT AND THE  APPLE There is an interesting and powerful symbology to  the concept of the  Serpent and the Apple            in the traditional  bible story  of Adam and Eve  ……The  apple represents worldy  knowledge  and sex and   the veil of innocence falling forever  away  .In the story of Adam and Eve   the serpent tempts   Eve with the Apple  and   she and Adam  discover the forbidden fruits of lust and passion  and the joys of sexual  hanky panky   and as a result they are banished forever   from the Garden of Eden It seems like a lot of patriarchal  bullshit actually… Read More »

Some more answers  re Covid 19  from  parents with questions When I came home one day  to find this little flyer in my mail box I was so happy  I had been angsting that week because they had started  vaccinating  5-11 year olds and  it was a deeply overwhelming experience. Then I came home and saw this flyer and felt like  it was the best piece of junk mail I had ever seen . I felt like  someone well lots more poeple had caught the ball where the kids were concerned and were thinking about the health of their kids… Read More »

I haven’t written much of late as I have been very conflicted  wondering how to even function as an operational and responsive human  being in the current  very fraught  landscape   Sunflower  at various stages of unfoldment ( Yandina  Mansions ) On the one hand  I have been enjoying visiting some really  beautiful places taking lovely photos  and  having in mind   a proposed upcoming photo exhibit  at the  Sunshine Coast  Libraries system  which aims to showcase and celebrate the flora and fauna of  some of the lesser known natures sweet spots here on the Sunshine Coast     but with everything… Read More »

And so it begins ……. As from  17th of December  . anyone in Qld  who haven’t been vaccinated will not be able to go into cafes ,libraries ,or art galleries . Unbelievable .The Qld premier  Anna  Palaszczuk  is trying to enforce mandatory vaccinations  across the state  thereby treating  at least a quarter of the population like  pariahs and second class citizens .  She initially had a lot of suppport  here in the state  because apparently  she kept covid numbers low  and  managed to achieve the least drastic lockdown regime in the Country .   but she has crossed the line  sadly… Read More »

  And so it begins . I was  offered  a beautiful house-sit at Christmas In Adelaide . South Australia is the one state in Australia   I haven’t yet visited  and got very excited at the prospect  Checking out all the border requirements  I actually qualified to cross over into SA but come late November  only double vaxxed people  are allowed into the state and I am not aligned to getting the jab .Three reasons  Theres a heinous  social  control agenda going on to  depopulate the planet. More people will end up dying  from the vaccine  than  from Covid  and I uphold… Read More »

KIngs Beach  and the Pleiadians Wow  basking in the late afternoon golden sunlight  at Kings Beach  looking across to the  Glasshouse Mountains The ocean is calm gently  surging and lapping the shore  white lacy foam cradling the bay  …. Just reflecting on  all the lock downs going on down south  and how blessed we have been here in Qld .  We were able to take off our masks as per last weekend  Love walking around freely  unemcumbered breathing in great gulps  of fresh air  Life simple pleasures and necessities  never again perhaps to be taken so easily for granted .… Read More »

  ENOUGH NOW……….   ENOUGH NOW ….. On the weekend  I was massively inconvenienced  by sudden unexpected lockdowns  My plans  were  disrupted and thrown into turmoil .  I couldnt do the things I had planned to do .I was put to great discomfort having to stand and wait in line for over an hour  for tickets to this art exhibit  and watched as the 3 hours  window of viewing pleasure I had allowed  for a trip to the European Masters Art Exhibit  at Qgoma  dwindled to just  1 hour and 55 minutes  all becuase  of the art galleries changed staffing… Read More »

Noosa National Park   Noosa National Park On my trip to explore the northern end of the  Sunshine Coast  I finally had the opportunity  to walk in the Noosa National P ark . It was just glorious   Boardwalk  at Noosa Noosa has  changed so much  since I was there 20 years ago .There is a swanky new board walk  leading up to the entrance  of the National Park Its hard to describe the incredible pristine beauty  and purity of the energy of the place  .Even with  the cosmopolitan crowds  treading the boards it still manages to retain  its beauty… Read More »

TRAVELLIN LIGHT   I have been on the move  a fair bit lately  and although I have lived on the Sunshine Coast for the last few  years  have never really checked out the countryside up around Eumundi  Yandinda  Tewantin and Noosa   so decided to head up that way for a week   booked an Airbnb at Tinbeerwah  and decided to pack light for my trip Peaceful oasis at Tinbeerwah  Air BNB   I have two identical suitcases and put all the unnecessary stuff in one suitcase  to take to my storage unit  and  tried to pack light with some clothes  in… Read More »