A series of seemingly small but not small at all stories from our amicable separation First Entry: Tuesday Baby! Last night, after engaging in the roughly choreographed tag-team effort of preparing dinner alongside Damon in our tired but terrific kitchen, I had a brief but beautiful moment of joy and clarity. It wasn’t a big … More Dee-Light-Full Divorce – Entry One
We took the kids to Ruapehu and managed a day and a half in the slopes.
Playlist Damon and I were perhaps a little surprised by the intensity of cosmic messages clearly encouraging us to become and stay a happily loved up coupled. We’ve been serendipitously reminded we are on exactly the right track, continuing our individual work but together as ageing activists in the social and environmental justice space. It’s … More Deemon Playlist – this is interactive please contribute 🤗
I’ve just been reading a few of the harrowing and heart breaking real-life mental health crises the activist and advocate Mike King has been sharing on social and traditional media. It highlights that we are a nation faced with a genuine epidemic, and I have so much respect for all those who share their stories. … More Reflection and Protection
Years of chaos, confusion, hustle and high flying have taken their toll on many people. The global pandemic put the breaks on in a huge and abrupt way for millions of us. It brought some industries to their knees, and others were given the opportunity to emerge. Zoom shares skyrocketed, online sales figures shot through … More Call of the Countryside – Te Aroha
We are all connected here, intimately. We are a community, diverse yet similar on so many levels. We are the underdog that rises triumphant, time and again. We are temperate and volatile, and sit waiting the next shake-up, as we are perched precariously on the ring of fire. We are humble, we are brave, we are loud, we are quiet, we are busy, we are calm, we are beaches and bush and bathed in brilliant golden sunshine. … More Independence Day
Z energy, Wellington Electricity and ChargeNet truly are working closely together to bring a better tomorrow to all of New Zealand. … More Wellington First Fast Charger Photo Album
It is well after midnight. Our one-year-old son is in bed between my husband and I as he is both teething and has the sniffles. He’s waking every 20-30 minutes. It will be a long night. We discuss the annoying necessity of being politic and diplomatic, which is not really a strong point for either … More The Sudden Death of David Goldberg