Category Archive: Writings on the Land

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60,000 years ago the inhabitants of this land were just sitting here, living in the moment. What a deep spirituality these people had, a wonderful sense of community, and a connection to all… Continue reading

Paying respects on this day 26th January 1788

Today I deeply honour the ancestors of this land and those of the dreaming, I honour and respect the Worimi people who are a part of the land where I live and all… Continue reading

Hekate’s Day and Rebuilding

Today as the calendar folds back I am reminded that today is 2 years and 10 months since my Dad left his cancer riddled body behind and soared high on Hekate’s day. Today… Continue reading

The Storm

When you have lived through a storm, that has devastated your landscape, you simply won’t be the same person that walked into that storm. That is what the storm is all about, it… Continue reading

Connection

“A witch who forgets the earth upon which she stands, stunts her own spirit.” ~~ Giles Watson Last night I stood under the half half moon, feeling the equilibrium, The torment that has had a… Continue reading

Packing Morning Moments

Gumboots skidding on the ice coated grass as I traverse the paddocks, two loaves of wholemeal bread, in my hands as I head for the maternity ward where the Cows are moving slowly… Continue reading

Pelican Dreaming

To honour the balancing time of Water at the Autumn Equinox two Pelicans have taken refuge here for the last week here on the farm, moving between dams down beside the river.  Their… Continue reading

Gratitude

I initiated my Tuesday by watering under the moonlight, attended by my feathered friends with the big clacking beaks, the kookaburras. They see so well and like me, they are the first ones… Continue reading

Cows

Gently peeling back the warmth and comfort of my doona, I sit up , shake my mane, bend down put socks on my feet and stumble towards the back door in the dark,… Continue reading