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Gill Holland

Gill Holland

I first met Gill at a Riverside North Friends of the Park Meeting in 2013. It didn’t take long for me to realise that she was a determined woman who…

The Last Post

In 2008 Waka and I did a visa run from Thailand to Cambodia. We had been living on a shoestring budget in a beach hut for over a year. We…

Do It Yet

One of my themes has been how a single dad struggles to perform tasks often associated with mum such as the mystery of platting a little girl’s hair or baking…

School Runnings

The school run is one of the sacred pillars of parenthood along with dinner, bath time and bed time stories. My daughter opens her eyes around 6am immediately awake and…

The Bits

This is not a misspelling. I am not going to discuss the Brits, but something far more insidious and nefarious. The bits. Whole cultures are built around seeking to keep…

Shopping

Good shopping requires patience. I have patience, but not for shopping. Food shopping is tolerable. Clothes shopping is awful. Shoes shopping is frustrating. And having to get something big like…

Food for Thought

One of the things that make mummies special is their cooking. They have signature dishes that the whole family loves. My cooking journey finished in my 20s. Back then I…

Driving

Driving

Daddies drive, apparently. That is the common consensus which I chose to ignore for 45 years. When we had mummy fit and well she did the driving. That was fine…

It’s Been Emotional

It’s been over a year since I posted an update on the Trippy life. That time has been plagued with uncertainty and a series of emotions. Not emotions in response…

A Happy Trippy Christmas

A Happy Trippy Christmas

John Marco Allegro who was on the original team of academics who studied the Dead Sea Scrolls believed without a shadow of doubt that the DSS proved that Christianity had…

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