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Tag Archives: cyclone yasi
I wrote this poem a few years ago, but in light of the recent events in Texas it seemed a good time to share it publicly. At the time I penned it a mother had suddenly lost her husband and … Continue reading
Thanks Misty for all the good times going through a cyclone Yasi with us making the children smile being a good friend to Chocolate, Calico, and Soot being good when you have your bath being you our beloved guinea pig. … Continue reading
Our first trip back to the Licuala Rainforest after Cyclone Yasi was full of greenery! We just did the short children’s walk, partly due to the heat and because youngest had left his shoes behind (so easy to do in … Continue reading
Mouse’s ‘A Story of a Tree’ and Michael Lloyd’s family ritual tales remind me that often family life is made up of small rituals that over time become richly significant. ** One of the small rituals of our family’s … Continue reading
This year Tully Song Trails gathered the musical experience of nineteen people from the ages of fifteen to seventy-eight years. All ages worked together and came from the genres of bubble gum punk, folk, country, rhythm and blues, and rock. We … Continue reading