Tag Archives: Dunedin

A city of light

When walking to work in winter all I saw was the dark side of the city! Now the mornings are lighter my walk is more interesting…….  See what I spied today.     Advertisements

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On not giving a speech

Last month Denise Head rang me and asked if I would be the guest speaker at the Fernhill Community Group’s monthly meeting. I’m not at all comfortable speaking in public  so I asked Denise if I could just sit down … Continue reading

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Wallpaper, walking and words

We’re very lucky that there are a variety of great walks we can enjoy just by stepping outside our front door. Some days we’ll take the car, park in town, and spend an hour or two exploring back streets, alleys, … Continue reading

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Poetry but mainly….. Dunedin

If you’re checking in to see if there is any news of the competition I can tell you the poems are with Emma but her work commitments are ‘full on’ at the moment. The autumn poetry cards are all delivered! … Continue reading

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Now we are Four!

Yesterday I met Kay McKenzie Cooke for a hot choccie and a chat at Cinnamon Cafe in St Andrew St. Will and the girls provide friendly cheerful service and consistently, no matter who’s serving, make GREAT hot choccies. Check them … Continue reading

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Winter delivers!

Snow to low levels in Dunedin earlier this week so I stayed away from the hill suburbs until Thursday. I still managed to deliver 800 winter poetry cards to rest homes and medical centres. Weather permitting I’ll complete my winter … Continue reading

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