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Title:Semantically driven: Blogging about blogging, photography, parenting and living in Australia.
Description:As if a single mum hasn't got enough to do raising her son, looking after her dog, playing the ukulele and photgraphy without blogging about it as well.
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Blogging about blogging, parenting, and living in Australia
Weekend off
Written on December 1, 2009 by Jen
Filed Under: Music, Travel
After much organisation to offload the spawn I went away to Melbourne with two good friends (who #8217;ve just found out that I blog #8211; hi girls).
It started off with hi-jinks (tots of bourbon whiskey) and continued on in fine form. In the taxi on the way to the airport we observed that we three had never been away without children and what a fantastic feeling it was. The two of us who have children are both full-time sole parents and rarely get a break.
The main reason we went to Melbourne was to see the Painters and Dockers at the Prince of Wales. They were being inducted into the EG Awards Hall of Fame and hadn #8217;t played for 20 years. Part of the awards night was the EG Allstars band allowing us to see some great artists like Tex Perkins, Henry Wagons, Dan Sultan and The Wolfgramm Sisters. Of course I #8217;ve seen Tex before and we #8217;re obviously on first-name terms. But I hadn #8217;t seen the other artists and they were fabulous. Now that I #8217;ve seen the Wolfgramm Sisters I #8217;ve seen them everywhere including the Melbourne Comedy awards the other night on tv.
But the Painters and Dockers. What can I say. It was like stepping into a time warp going back 2o years. Sure, we all look a bit older now but the energy was still there both from the band and from us. I loved it.
Afterwards we hung around chatting to the band and didn #8217;t get back to our accommodation (bless friends of friends who live in a very convenient St Kilda) until around 3am. Having had very little sleep the night before I slept until 11am the next morning. I wasn #8217;t alone in sleeping in mind you. We had promised our hosts that we #8217;d take them out for breakfast but it turned into more of a lunch. A very delicious lunch in the city.
It was across the laneway from this fantastic looking soup bar.
I would love to have spent more time wandering around the laneways taking photos. These shoes left hanging caught my eye.
But there was shopping to be done and more food and coffee to be drunk.
More photo opportunities to be had.
A tram back to St Kilda to be caught and of course it rained. I think it always rains when I go to Melbourne.
Come Saturday evening we could have gone to see Dan Sultan at the Espy but we were too knackered from the previous 24 hours so we hung out at our hosts watching Rockwiz, eating yummy pizza and chatting.
Sunday just flew past and before we knew it we were at the airport waiting for a delayed plane and then on our way home. Back to reality.
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The Melbourne Shuffle
Written on November 26, 2009 by Jen
Filed Under: Journal
After having spent the weekend in Melbourne (post to come) my son has been telling me about this thing called the Melbourne Shuffle. As I #8217;m sometimes a dreadful listener when it comes to him because he talks so non-stop a lot of the time it took a while for it to sink in.
This morning he asked if I could Google #8216;Melbourne Shuffle #8217; to find a video of it. Google it I did and found a whole new (to me) dance style I #8217;d never ever heard of.
It #8217;s been around since the late 1980s and as the name suggests it #8217;s from Melbourne.
View a video of it here:
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JJ informed me that one of the guys used his hands too much. You see he #8217;s such an expert now. I told him to learn it himself. He could use the back room floor as his dance floor as apparently the dancing surface needs to be a bit slippery for the shuffle to work.
Had you heard of the Melbourne Shuffle before?
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Newspaper man
Written on November 17, 2009 by Jen
Filed Under: Journal
I had to go a slightly different way to work the other morning and saw this chap sitting down enjoying the sunshine. I had to look twice because it felt like someone had forgotten to take him home.
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Pedestrian
Written on November 16, 2009 by Jen
Filed Under: Journal
photo credit: jazamarripae
Recently I wrote about how people act on public transport, and today I saw something that blew me away with its stupidity relating to a person crossing a road.
I #8217;m all for crossing roads if there #8217;s no traffic coming but I saw a young woman walk across the road today after work and while some cars had stopped, the pedestrian lights weren #8217;t green. Traffic was stopped only in one lane and I saw this young woman saunter across the road without even looking. Cars were still moving in the other lane and just as she got to it I could see that it was going to be close.
I was on my way home and I didn #8217;t fancy seeing this girl hit by a car. At

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