- Jun 2, 2017
The tragedy of the Empress Moth
It was our second spring in paradise, beautiful Korčula in the Adriatic sea. It was like watching a favourite movie for the second time....
- May 19, 2017
It was a normal Friday morning’s drive through Auckland, across the causeway on the motorway at normal preschool speed – an average speed...
- Mar 6, 2017
In the early 1970s, in order to further my studies in Art History, I went to a small university in a small town in Nova Scotia, on the...
- Nov 15, 2016
The Deer Musk
Adam was, and I quote him, “the only son and child of a Jewish mother” who happened to be a psychoanalyst with a PhD and recently...
- Nov 8, 2016
Amira suited her name, every inch the princess. If anybody had ever said no to her, she hadn’t taken the slightest notice. The Royal...
- Oct 21, 2016
Serendipity is a butterfly...
Serendipity is a butterfly flying past you when taking a photo to commemorate a victorious hike. — Puncak Gunung Angsi 825m
- Oct 20, 2016
A Bike Ride Around Lake Geneva
My teeth bite into hard butter and break the baguette’s crust. The friend of a friend’s (FOAF) wiry fingers claw two pieces of Swiss...
- Oct 19, 2016
It wasn’t even my pony, to be honest. The adolescent eldest son of the house next door had been given the little mare as a yearling,...
- Oct 17, 2016
*Ngā Kaitiaki – The Guardians
A ruru came near the other morning when it was not quite dawn. All was still after stormy days. I busied myself with the day’s routine...