Today is officially the first day of winter where I live. This is silly: the equinox in three weeks’ time would be more logical. Anyway, for weeks now, we’ve been having winter every morning and sunshiny spring every afternoon. That’s an effect of climate change: in decades past, this was a wet time of the year. My water tank should be full, but has been complaining of thirst.
I keep acquiring grandchildren, though recent ones are not through cries for help. A delightful 19-year-old Journalism student interviewed my wife and me about our community, Moora Moora, and I have also adopted people who have submitted entries to the essay contest I have organised for the Australian Greens.
To all my friends, wherever you live, I wish you safety, and contentment, and most important, purpose and meaning. Some of the items in the June, 2021 issue of Bobbing Around may help. You can find them at https://wp.me/p3Xihq-2kO
Have a good life,