Conveyancing and Settlement

I do like robots. Who doesn’t like robots? One day they’re going to replace us, and the sooner we accept that, the sooner we can start to churn them out by the factory-load. We’ll have a good ten-to-fifteen years of them being our servants where everything will be rosy, and after that we have a …

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Date With Design

I went on a blind date last night – a definite dud. The guy wouldn’t shut up about the new office his company is setting up in Melbourne. As in, the company is actually his, not just one that he works for. Couldn’t he have told me about that, for crying out loud? Seemingly not. …

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Summer Sensitive

When the night creeps up, and the land is quiet, and the moon in the only light in the sky. It gets cold! Yes, I break out in goosebumps. But not when I’m wearing my hoodie. Not that it gets cold all that much around Canberra. Sure, it’s not Darwin (thank goodness for that) but …

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Naming Our Daughter

Dang, parents are presistent. Especially Mum. Our daughter still has five months until she’s born, and every day there’s a new, sneaky tactic to get us to tell her the name. We’re not telling. Haven’t we said, we’re not telling? Yes, our daughter has a name, but it’s ours to reveal to whoever we like, …

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Flower War of 2018

As it turns out, keeping up with the Joneses is very time-consuming, and also, space-consuming. I’m actually trying to keep up with the Smiths, specifically Alan Smith and his miniature botanical garden that is- in my humble opinion- way over the top. It didn’t start like this. It was only a year ago that we …

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The Wonderful Marine World

I just had a hankering for some classic cartoons recently, which led me back to Lizard Ball X. Of course, Lizard Ball Superb just wrapped up and it wasn’t…like it wasn’t TERRIBLE, but they just never managed to reach the level of the classics. Except episode 132, of course. THAT was incredible. Still, one thing …

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Future Cleaning Capers

Once I hit twenty, I started to do more things for myself. Since mum was very hands off in terms of housework (we had cleaners), I wasn’t ever allowed to learn. In fact, one time I tried to help our cleaning lady with the dusting and mum gave me an earful- mostly because she thought …

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