Clarke and Dawe

28/09/2021


The empty hospital

22/09/2021

How to run a hospital

22/09/2021

Yes Sir Humphrey

23/01/2021


Yes Sir Humphrey

22/01/2021


Yes Sir Humphrey

21/01/2021


Yes Sir Humphrey

20/01/2021


Yes Sir Humphrey

20/01/2021


Yes Sir Humphrey

14/01/2021


Yes Sir Humphrey

13/01/2021


Dog thoughts

31/12/2020


Great Little Blue Penguin race

31/12/2020

Andrew Cotter of Olive and Mabel fame, commentates Phillip Island’s little blue pneguin’s homecoming race:


Olive and Mabel sporting archives

29/12/2020

Olive and Mabel company meeting

28/12/2020

Olive and Mabel walk of shame

27/12/2020

Game of Bones

26/12/2020

Eleven days before Christmas

13/12/2020

Twelve days before Christmas my farmer said to me, “If the wind keeps up the lucerne should be fit by mid-afternoon and we’ll start making hay so there could be a few extra men for tea.”

Eleven days before Christmas my farmer said to me, “I have to go through to a sale in Central today. I haven’t forgotten the school concert and I should be back in time, but if I’m late you’ll have to go without me.”


12 days before Christmas

12/12/2020

Twelve days before Christmas my farmer said to me, “If the wind keeps up the lucerne should be fit by mid-afternoon and we’ll start making hay so there could be a few extra men for tea.”

(Yes you might have read this before, either in the ODT where it first appeared many Christmases ago, or here at least once in the past. Why post it again? A friend who came to the Rotary Christmas dinner on Wednesday said someone had read this out at a lunch a few days earlier and most people hadn’t heard it before. It’s probable a lot of readers are in that position too so I decided to post it again).


The most courageous thing

21/11/2020


Dame Edna Everage on Parkinson

26/09/2020


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