WeAreTheWorldBlogfest: One Small Act of Compassion

Yesterday Adelaide was the hotest city in the world. The city reached its highest temperature ever of 46.2 degrees.Elsewhere around Australia, the relentless heatwave continues. While the emphasis is always on we humans, how does it affect animals, wild and domesticated, who have higher body temperatures than us? It’s those small acts of compassion which… Read More WeAreTheWorldBlogfest: One Small Act of Compassion

Saturday Morning, Sydney Harbour, Heatwave Hangover

Records are being broken; yes its summer but unlike other summers past. The seasonal heat, its intensity, duration and coverage, has changed making it hard to enjoy the beauty and languor of the summer holidays in Australia. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-18/bom-warns-of-scorching-sydney-weather-with-top-of-45c/10723824 How we live our lives during such a time has changed-aircon is essential not optional, (thank you… Read More Saturday Morning, Sydney Harbour, Heatwave Hangover

WeAreTheWorld Blogfest: For the love of the Unwanted

Each month I participate in a wonderful blogfest called WeAreTheWorld (#WATWB) which seeks 6o bring positive stories higlighting the goodness and not the shadow side of humanity. This month the cohosts are Eric Lahti,Inderpreet Uppal,Shilpa Garg, Mary Giese and Roshan Radhakrishnan Please visit them for more great WATWB stories. We live in a society in… Read More WeAreTheWorld Blogfest: For the love of the Unwanted