Let us buy our daily bread!


I’m going to get very ranty in a minute. But first, looks at these gorgeous golden wheat fields we drove through the other day on a very long drive across the country.

“Hoping for a bumper crop this year” said the farmer at the information office, where we pulled in.

Here are the silos that will be full to the brim with grain.


As a commited bargain hunter, frugalista and sometime dumpster diver, I’m pretty upset at a couple of big bakeries here in Australia. They know who they are.

here’s what happens


A rant and a $75 giveaway

There’s a bit in the bible where Jesus is sorting out the sheep from the goats and says

‘I was hungry and you fed me, I was sick and you visited me,  I needed clothes and you clothed me

How I live is important to Jesus. He determines whether I truly loved him by seeing how I treat other people. Less talk, more action, if you like.  I reckon its a good system.

Well, I haven’t clothed any poor people lately, but it appears the poor have been clothing me.

I’ll show you what I mean


Aaaaaah Asia!


There are plastic concertina doors on the bathrooms, conveniently translucent enough to serve us as a nightlight in our budget room.   Our tummies are full, our packs are strewn about, our kids are sleeping under the ticking fans.   I’m listening to the sounds of the street, the chatter of the hostel staff up and down the stairs.

So, what’s it like to be back in Asia??

There are rules!

photo 3


and what else?


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