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Jill of All Trades

I sometimes call myself a “Jill of All Trades” – do you think I am
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Seniors Care and Respect

Some thoughts on ways to improve the respect for elders by learning and understanding how they lived in their early life.
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Aged Care in Australia

My thoughts on Aged Care – with a Royal Commission on Aged Care and the problems resulting from the Covid-19 issues in the sector, it is a hot topic at the moment. Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Nurse

A comparison between nursing when I did my training and recently.
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A Biography Worth Reading

A Biography Worth Reading Just over a week ago, I visited the Wynnum Library to borrow some books.    I had not been in the new building, but had been a regular over four years ago at the old premises. … Continue reading

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Found a Friend – Someone From the Past

The World is small sometimes. Yesterday I wrote on this blog about a friend – someone I met in 1963.  The post is here. Today we were sitting chatting when my phone rang.  It was a friend from way back … Continue reading

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Friends of Fifty Three Years

Fifty Three Years and still friends. And still going strong!  Back in January 1963, 12 young women came from around South Australia and Victoria  to do nursing training.  The training hospital was Mt Gambier Hospital – in the south-east of South … Continue reading

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Memorabilia

Recently I have been collating much of the memorabilia that I have collected over the last 70 years.  I have much of my parents’ documents too, hoping that one of my descendants is prepared to look after it. I find amazing … Continue reading

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