Monthly Archives: October 2014

Australia and Ebola

I read the following statement in an article in an Australian medical newspaper (Medical Observer) this morning: THE US and Britain have made specific appeals for Australia to send personnel to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, despite the government’s … Continue reading

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Penny Bridge

Our Swedish home is in a town with the unfortunate name of Örebro – unfortunate because few of our Australian friends really know how to say this word. The letter ö is pronounced like the “ur” sound in burn (for … Continue reading

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Birches through the window

As the days draw in and the temperatures slip slowly downward, sun through the leaves on an autumn afternoon relieves the sadness of the struggles of life… In fact, even in a world full of pain, there is still joy in … Continue reading

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