Parcels are taking a toll at the Macedon Post Office, Bridget gives us an insight into rural Australia, and Ainslie's answer... make a list. We hear a story told at Melbourne Fringe, a poem from Rumi, and explore the call to Look Up.
Gardeners of Macedon come out, veggies head south and bikes carry the load. Blake and Phil are interviewed, Chapter Two of Seven Little Australians is wonderful, and the 'new usual' segments are all on offer.
Houses with good routines and bad bathrooms, tips for building habits, an interview with the wise and wonderful Macedon resident, Margo Field, ideas for more curves we can flatten, and, of course, the next instalment of Seven Little Australians.
One Thing at a Time
Berry picking becomes a metaphor, Paula from Gisborne shares her redundancy experience, there’s something to be learned from a Dutch community health care organisation and things go from bad to worse for seven little Australians.
Born across the ditch in New Zealand, now ten years in Macedon, Helen Palmer shares her experience of a recent funeral she attended. There’s a message from a Foodbank recipient and an invitation to offer what you can, and ask for what you need. The third quarter takes on a new meaning, and as always Ethel Turner’s book Seven Little Australians transports us to a far away time and place.
Gisborne resident Melvyn, has been busking at Woodend Coles and composing about Percy Grainger, we hear a poem from Judy Brown, and we learn why equality is better for everyone. Ainslie tells us about school of the net, Vicki’s house is clean and Mother’s Day carries a weighty history. And of course seven little Australian’s are in strife.
Virologist and long time Macedon resident Aishah Aitken shares her experience working at the epicentre of the coronavirus family’s trip to Victoria. In 'Inside Life' Melvyn Cann shares a way he’s learned of dancing with trees. We explore the human need to live with autonomy, and the problems this causes work. And as usual we have State of the House and Seven Little Australians.