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Colour me pretty

My Easter long weekend has been splashed with bold colours. The beetroot red from Saturday’s cake making, and then today’s beetroot, coconut and lime soup production. The pinks, yellows and blues that adorned our place settings at the Easter lunch … Continue reading

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Extreme baking – chocolate beetroot cake

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Yesterday, I baked a cake. For most, this is not a particularly significant experience and certainly not worth blogging about. I am not most. The last time I baked anything was for a girlfriend”s surprise baby shower, which I organised, … Continue reading

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Dollars and $ense of family building

This post is my very first foray into ‘blog hopping’ and it has been organised by Write Mind Open Heart and Baby Smiling. If this is your first time to my blog, click here for a quick background on me … Continue reading

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“I don’t run”

In the 2nd half of last year, I moved house and got into the excellent routine of going for a 7km walk with a good friend of mine, who lives around the corner and was also trying to conceive as … Continue reading

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I totally, like, won!

Only this week I was glancing through my bookshelf and my eyes fell on a book called Little White Stripes, a collection of short stories written by an Australian author, Karen Hitchcock. I won this book after correctly answering a … Continue reading

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Mojo murmurs

Not much can put a bigger smile on my dial during the work day more effectively than receiving personal PACKAGES in the mail. Even better, personal INTERNATIONAL PACKAGES. I used to get them sent to my place, but after the … Continue reading

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To foster, to foster

At some point in the not too distant past, I started to call one of the foster care agencies to talk about being assessed as a foster carer. I’ve always been interested in foster care, but assumed that it wasn’t … Continue reading

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