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Ph.D.​ progress report

Well, here I am, still waiting to get my work reviewed, as it is ready to hand in (I think). I have had to create my own personal timeline and manage those people around me as the time slips away … Continue reading

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Home again

Back from Canada and my ankle works again. Well,  I guess August has flown blow, I spent most of August in Brisbane waiting for the birth of my 12th grandchild. Elodie arrived safe and sound and a week after her … Continue reading

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On my feet

On my feet again, it’s been a difficult few months hobbling around. Now, I really am greatful to have two working legs. I am getting ready to travel to a conference in Canada to present my final research findings. This … Continue reading

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All broken things

Ok so that is out of the way, now to document my ankle story. Three weeks ago I was walking/running my giant poodle that was hit by a car. This dog had a fractured femur and had to have it … Continue reading

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Time Flies: hermeneutic phenomenology the mind field

I can’t believe that I have missed another month, I thought that I had written a blog entry in April but it does seem that I missed it, yikes! First I must write on my where I am up to … Continue reading

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Marching forward…

I decided to post again this month,  as the link in my thesis led me to my blog, and I wanted to check that it was working. It is really good to share all these incredible struggles that I go … Continue reading

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WHO are YOU? What’s an Alice?

A beautiful  sad looking African elephant I met  while in Africa ,2016. Hello world, Well, this ending happened before the end. I’m really stressing out now. My end date is nearly up and as I stare at my work, write … Continue reading

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