Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.
Just so you all know, I am fine… but WA is in a bit of a bad way.
Day 2 #100dayschallenge
The internet can be a place where we get sucked into the worm hole of procrastination and distraction, a time numbing warp of nothing much. It gets me more often than I’d like to admit. The internet can also be an inspiring place. Every year there is a non specific group of humans who commit […]
Merry Christmas 2020
In august, Parker and I made a quick dash down to Manjimup for a holiday. It was a snap decision made to fit in some time away before getting too caught up in the remaining farm work. Since then, Nola has had puppies, I had a lovely birthday, I started a new job in Goomalling, […]
Thursday… finally a “day to myself”…
Bahahahahah! Yeah right! Naturally, things that I might think will take a short time take three times longer and at 2 pm I gave up on the water collection and moved on the the next task for the day: Sewing. I did some alterations to some mens shirts. I hav found it’s cheaper to but […]
My race home against the internal land division closures in Western Australia
Way back in march, I was out through a fairly anxious time due to the unfolding pandemic. I recorded my thoughts and feeling and have decided to self publish them here: I took on an 8 week stint at Mount House station in the Kimberley. I’m recently married and living and working on our farm […]
12th August 2020
A day of educating a cat on how to travel in a little car like a dog. My sister and I went to town to pick up a package, we also went shopping and tried the vegan rebel whopper. The pets came with…. I bought Nola a bundle new bouncy balls. she is obsessed with […]
11th -the weekly farm regeneration day
It was a special day today, a long awaited project was started in the salt patch. A solution of Worm Poo tea was sprayed into the tree area with the hope that is will kick start the soil microbes and we will see a general improvement of the area. We are hoping to improve the […]
We’re in a rain event so we thought we’d spend a day working sheep….
10th August 2020 Maybe it wasn’t raining ALL day. But waves of rain clouds kept rolling on by, drenching us before clearing to sunshine, then rain over again.We recorded 29mm yesterday. There’ll be more to record today too. This creeks are gushing. The ground is squelching. Its Oilskin time for both of us. Why did […]
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