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Back to it

Where do I start? I’m still looking for a job. Part time, preferably. For my sanity. I re-enrolled in uni. Master of Applied Linguistics. Which means relearning Syntax. And how to write essays. I still live with my parents, and my sister and her kids. Which I’m grateful for after we nearly lost her last…

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Setting Boundaries with “The Borderline” while caring for yourself

So, Some members of my family went to a workshop on Friday about having “a Borderline” in your family, and about what he world may look like from my point of view, and some safe ways for all involved to help me while not harming themselves. One of the sets of slides I’ve been given…

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On blogging, and convincing others to blog

So. I own the domain RishniRatnam.com, and I host my bother in law at http://www.johndee.net.au/…. But of most interest to most of you….. I now have my sister blogging. At http://gatheringpieces.littlelioness.net/ Visit her. Tell her she is awesome. Cos she is. Because I want there to be a place for parents with kids with Spondylmetaphyseal…

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Easter Long Weekend, Newcastle

Ahh, long weekends. Not too much traffic on the drive up, got stuck a bit on the Central Coast on the F3 on the way back, but not too bad overall. Extra thousand ks on the car, but time well spent to catch up with family and friends, even though this easter was sans chocolate…

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Something I Ate

One of those nights where you get home and suddenly it’s “change of plans”… ugh. Anyway. It’s a good excuse to have a relaxing night, get my book finished (I’m reading “The hour I first believed” by Wally Lamb), and drink a heap of peppermint tea. I love peppermint tea :) Best herbal tea EVER!…

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Hardy like a cactus (or my bamboo)

Andrew’s wedding on the weekend was lovely… it was great to catch up with people again, just like when the stray person heads down our way you remember how much you love the people you’ve left behind. Caught up with our families for breakfast on Saturday – it’s funny how Canberra is just that little…

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