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The mess worth making – Part 4


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An art project by Nicole Tschampel. I’ve almost finished Relationships – A Mess Worth Making, by Tim Lane and Paul Tripp, but here is one last little piece: Because our relationships are always lived out in the middle of some kind of difficulty, good relationships demand character. Remember, your relationships have not been designed by

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Melbourne shopping haul


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Apparently what you are supposed to do in Melbourne is shop, and what you are supposed to shop for in particular is clothes. I didn’t do a lot of shopping, and I find shopping for clothes while with other people to be one of the unfunnest things there is to do on a holiday. But

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A poem – The Other Half


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A lovely friend, whom I actually first met through this blog, gave me a copy of Judith Wright’s Collected Poems 1942-1985 recently for my birthday. I have been enjoying reading through them and discovering new poems. One that I have been moved by thus far is called The Other Half. It is reminiscent in content

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That relationship will not ‘complete you’


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It’s been a while since I posted about singleness here also, but I thought this article called That relationship will not ‘complete you’ over at TGC was worth reading. I don’t know who said it first, it’s now the proverbial “they”, but as they say “expectations kill relationships” (truer words were never spoke), which applies

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