Growing up, I always fancied I’d marry a farmer and live a simple life on the land.
I had absolutely no grounds on which to base this fancy except to say that I quite like brown fields and dislike traffic immensely and knew there would be none of that malarkey out the back of nowhere. Let’s face it – having a fancy is a strange thing indeed.
To get my dream well and truly underway, I promptly fell in love and married an investment banker. I tried to persuade him that our destiny might lie buried in a back paddock somewhere, but he was having none of it. “What would I do out there,” he asked, waving his hand vaguely west.
“Lots of stuff,” I replied reassuringly. “Open a branch of Citibank, for starters.”
There's me, my 3 Tsunamis (Maxi-Taxi 8, Cappers 7, The Badoo (twenty)4) and my everlovin' man. I'm rather opinionated, but I like to be kind. I work as the Editor at Kidspot's Village Voices and other freelancey lancing writing jobs. I don't get to blog as much as I used to. There's a little bit more about me here.
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