Binalup - Place of First Light It is currently National Reconciliation Week 2022 here in Australia. It is held between the 27th May and the 3rd of June each year. The significance of these dates representing two major historical events. The 1967 Referendum (27th May 1967) and the success of the High Court Mabo decision … Continue reading National Reconciliation Week 2022
Category: Self-Regulation & Feedback
Applying Self-Regulation & Accepting Feedback.
The sins of the father are visited on the children unto the seventh generation.
In our previous post on the introduction of the FOGO service to our city last year and the mission for the service to reduce landfill waste whilst creating community generated compost. For Mrs PP, this practice of utilising kitchen scraps has always been a way of life for us (since we married) and we've used … Continue reading Extending Usefulness
Wattles on a Grassy Knoll
On brilliantly sunny days the top of the block can be an enchanting place to work. Though I seldom really stop long enough to take it all in. I usually find myself staring at a photo of it on the computer screen much later in the day thinking to myself . . . "Wow, that's … Continue reading Wattles on a Grassy Knoll
Pests, Predators and Observations
The morning started with bird calls. The magpies were the first birds I heard. It was around 4am. This time of the year, in this part of the world, we get some lovely morning light. One of my first tasks was to water the garden. Kind of a gentle way to ease into the day … Continue reading Pests, Predators and Observations
Hoverflies around the brassica flowers. Last Monday the back of the house was inundated with hoverflies. I have never seen hoverflies in such prolific, swarming abundance. They were coming in under the verandah and getting caught up in spider webs. Throughout the week they have maintained their presence in the garden but appear to have … Continue reading Hoverflies