Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2012’

  • Looking back… looking forward…

    And so as the turn of the year approaches I look back over the year that was. In total amazement for the year that was. And give thanks. First things first, I survived the end of the world. And if you are reading this, then […]

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  • Joy Pockets

    Surviving the end of the world! New orange tights. Receiving a scholarship to the Cosmic Cowgirls University. I kid you not! Looking forward to a special full moon women’s circle. A fridge full of Christmas sustenance, thanks to Mr DA. Feeling like a nice mama […]

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  • Painting again

    I haven’t done much painting recently – nothing’s been calling me. When I can’t paint, I can’t paint. It just doesn’t happen. But this morning I went to work with the idea for a new project, which by mid afternoon I have no energy for. […]

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  • Candlelight, fairylight, firelight

    Welcome to the December 2012 Carnival of Natural Parenting: Childhood MemoriesThis post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by Hobo Mama and Code Name: Mama. This month our participants have talked about memories of growing up — their own […]

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  • Those infamous words: let’s make a gingerbread house

    We are totally addicted to Masterchef in this house – a TV cooking show where the contestants are pushed to the limits of endurance, before having their dishes picked apart by the odd couple of Michel Roux Jr, and Fat-Boy-who-the-fuck-is-he-anyway-Greg-Wallace. But I always say, that […]

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  • The end of the world is nigh – what are your plans?

    Yup, that’s right, the end of the world is a matter of days away. Winter solstice – 21/12/12 What are your plans? Do you have your bunker prepared? Or are you going to be dancing naked on top of a Mayan pyramid in the depths of […]

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