Opinion, Writing

FPQ #67

When the world is not shut down, ordinarily I write my blog post—based on two different daily word prompts—and then move onto my next task. Usually something related to my role as a netball coach to two separate squads. However, the world is shut down and I find I have extra time on my hands.… Continue reading FPQ #67

Fiction, Health and wellbeing, Relationship and marriage, Weather, Writing

The Beetle

The woman's hips moved, enticing and encouraging. Brad was mesmerised. It was as if her dance was meant for him. An invitation. For all of her, in all the moments that lie ahead. 'Did you hear me?' Scarlett asked, her tinny voice snapping him back to reality. Her eyes were wide, accusing. She sighed, an… Continue reading The Beetle

Family, Health and wellbeing, Melbourne, Writing

Listicle of thoughts

I have a maundering brain today. Here's a preview, with my deepest apologies: Gloomy day. Grey clouds, persistent rain, but not terribly cold. Going slightly crazy. Shut indoors. Home-schooled children who open the fridge and pantry with alarming regularity, looking for food. I guess they're bored and going crazy too, but jayzuz! Need to visit… Continue reading Listicle of thoughts

Fiction, Health and wellbeing, Melbourne, Opinion, Relationship and marriage, Writing

Quarterly Meeting

Each quarter, the swim team met for an intensive performance meeting. Carrie walked into the room feeling heavy and sad. She slumped into a seat at the head of the table, next to Herbert, the team manager. 'Carrie,' he murmured. 'You good?' 'As well as can be expected, Herb.' She felt, rather than knew, what… Continue reading Quarterly Meeting