G’day all! It has been a while, a month to be precise, since I have posted anything! It has been raining madly here in Western Australia. This is rather unusual for us this time of year; though unseasonable weather is becoming the norm, with global warming and the destruction of our intricate ecosystem, mining land and ocean…. etc. We know it all, yet still seem almost deliberately unaware. We went to the beach for our regular walk; Paul took some lovely shots before the rain set in again. Is it spring here? Fragile, chaotic…. Life! Have a lovely day! :)
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About Sharon Hughes
I love my family (husband Paul, and children; Hayden, Karen, Phil and Lisa and grandson Xavier); my faith (Christian); agricultural aid (particularly in South Sudan) and writing poetry. I worked in agriculture science for 5 years, I had changed my career for a while, but recently went back into agriculture science. I will continue to use my agricultural skills to attempt to train and empower others. I have been involved in an aid project in Patuet, South Sudan since 2007. I will share a little of all my passions here, all are welcome.
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