INTERROBANG

Musings on life, the universe and an elephant named Flobo

My office took part in the Brisbane Marathon yesterday to raise money for a charity. The plan had been for all of us to compete in the 21.1km half marathon however, in the final days before the race, all but three switched over to the 10km event. I, was stupid enough to continue in the …

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Each of us wear different masks throughout our lives. Some are off and on with frequency, set to protect us in social situations and work environments. Some masks, we struggle to remove. I have discovered that I generally wear a number of masks on any given day, depending on the situation I am in and …

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  I absolutely love the rain. I love the sound of it, the smell of it and the greenish hue it casts across the world. I love the silence before the storm which is almost deafening and the anticipation of Mother Nature’s displays. I live in the “Sunshine State” so you wouldn’t expect much in …

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I would have been around 10 when I first started to cut. I can remember it like it was yesterday (surprisingly clean and crisp image after 20 years). I sat in the bath feeling incredibly alone, quite a feat when in a house full of people and pulled apart a disposable razor that I had …

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