After the first week back at university and honours, I was just about to throw it all in. Things were too up in the air for my liking. I was scared that my idea that I wanted to research for … Continue reading
January is coming to an end and the calendar is becoming dotted again with appointments and commitments. Have I really rested for this coming year? I don’t think so! I was hoping that after graduating from my undergraduate degree things … Continue reading
Monday week ago my AAC device, which I call Aaron, decided to malfunction. The video connection on the main board went, so I took it to Novitatech to be repair yet however it the problem was more serious, subsequently … Continue reading
The television show “Kitchen Nightmares” where Gordon Ramsay spends a week with a straggling restaurant and he would try to turn in it into a success was interesting, entertaining and informative. It had many useful management tips, yet Gordon’s latest … Continue reading
Today I was reading a blog of a friend in the UK and he included link to these guys. I just loved them I had to feature them here.
Turn up your speakers. This is brilliant!
Sorry it doesn’t have subtitles for all the words that is said in the music but it would worth your while getting translated if you are hard of hearing or Deaf. Yet … Continue reading
I am for acknowledging our fellow Indigenous aussies who, when they were only kids, were torn from their family home to be placed into an institutional Home as it was said that “it was for the best for them’.” How … Continue reading
I just checked out the MySpace page of the band Newtonheath and these guys have come along way since ten years ago, days at the Black Stump Christian Music and Arts Festival and gigs about Adelaide with Matt and Rach.
Many people who know me well know that I have two main highlights in my year and these are two music festivals, the Black Stump Christian Music and Arts Festival and WomAdelaide World Music Festival. Womadelaide is only a few … Continue reading
Something strange happened over the Christmas period. I am use to having people asking about my disability and most guess right by asking if I have cerebral palsy. I don’t have a problem explaining it to people as it can … Continue reading