Author Archives: Di Hill
My love of bamboo continues. Today I bought a new dress – one created from wonderful bamboo.
The Movie My Fair Lady I do remember the movie My Fair Lady – it goes back to 1964 when this film first made it to the screen. Was there much discussion about it in those days about the words … Continue reading
Invisible Women – The Book I don’t know how I found it – just good luck when I saw information on the book Invisible Women. I think I was just wandering around in Google. Being a bit of a feminist, … Continue reading
To Gympie I am a member of the Older Women’s Network Qld and travelled to Gympie for an AGM and other festivities last week. Gympie is roughly two hours north of Brisbane, and I had to collect one of the … Continue reading
A Visit to Springbrook What a day! It really was The Best of All. We have lived in Queensland for around 47 years and I had never visited the Hinze Dam or Springbrook, despite it being only a short distance … Continue reading
Is it Your Wish to be Living in a Box? Some 20 years ago, a friend of mine moved into “public housing”. I thought it was like “living in a box”. She was slightly disabled, 55 years of age, and … Continue reading
The use of plastics has been a more recent event – we older folk did not have so many pollutants in our world when we were young.
I have to find a new home again. Housing in Australia is unaffordable if one is looking in the rental market to find their “home sweet home”, and one doesn’t have a lot of funds in the bank.
The Story of Discrimination The reality is that women are discriminated against in so many areas. It is a divisive issue to discuss. Many women do not comprehend the way the world has been created by men for men. It … Continue reading