I wrote this poem back in 2000. It is tongue in cheek humour, that I carry with me readily…. I believe we need to have a good old laugh at ourselves sometimes; particularly when feeling sorry for oneself for very little reason! I do it regularly, and go back to this poem for regular visits, to give myself a good kick in the pants! This photo I took of the pelican at Monkey Mia about six months ago seems rather apt! He or she was rather stroppy with me for getting a little too close, and pretty much chucked a sad at me! I found it rather hilarious, to say the least!
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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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