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Some fine pieces this year. It's on until Sunday if you want to catch it. Amberjack's does very nice gluten free grilled Spanish Mackeral and Chips.

Lei Huan - Narration of the Sea. A Stained Glass Nautilus. 

Lei Huan's lovely Narration of the Sea got a lot of attention.
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So I've got a few days until the nominations are finalised. I'm impressed by the way they get you to submit them - excellent for last minute discoveries and changes of mind.

rattfan on Dreamwidth lent me Silver on the Road by Laura Anne Gilman - damn fine read so that's one of the ones I'm putting up.

The Liaden books, both series and the most recent novel and some other series I've been enjoying. I'm delighted to have found the Raksura series available on Overdrive through the library online system.

Stranger Things which while on the edge of bearable watching for me - just so tense - I've put up too. This is a gem. I've got some others but this one is really good to my mind.

What would you nominate? There's probably stuff I've forgotten, maybe you'll remind me. I've no idea for the new author - I read so many...

 
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Husband rdm (at dreamwidth) has written an excellent account of our experiences at the Gluten Free Expo 10 year anniversary, with photos.

https://goo.gl/photos/fDLAbBPeBFh91R697 

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I did a heap of Fringe reviewing last year, and had a really good time.

I encourage everyone to peruse the Fringe program so here's what's on today https://www.fringeworld.com.au/whats_on/whats_on_today/

I'm unlikely to go much this year - haven't even seen a single mermaid yet (sigh and they're free!) because of us going to Finland and saving the money, brainspace and energies for all that's involved in that.

I'm looking sadly at my review site on Google Plus which is right here - I did many Fringe reviews last year -https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107887485468519838860/stream/8861fa96-02e8-492a-b9ef-229895f21fbc which I've not been able to populate with Fringeness. So here's an invite any of you attending Fringe to post your reviews, links to same or if you'd like to let me to link to anything you've written let me know. At least I can then enjoy it vicariously and my review site has some Fringe love.

Highly recommended: And Now For Something Completely Wireless.
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Thinking of you all over there. What a crazy thing to happen. 
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This is in response to live journal user fremantlebiz 's post today. http://fremantlebiz.livejournal.com/1200480.html I've commented, but I've never seen him make comments readable, and I thought I'd share here too. When I was a kid I was always questioning why there were no Swans on the Swan River, when it was well known that was what it was named after. Everyone drops the original first word "Black" Swan River. With the cleaning up of the river and replanting of fringing vegetation the swans are returning in greater and greater numbers, and I'm glad to say that future kids may not need to ask the question I did. For a while at least. Mullet River - I don't know. I would suggest Black Bream River as a fish more characteristic of the river. It stays around even when the jellyfish aren't around so much. Would we eventually drop the Black in "Black Bream River" too?
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 Wow does it get hot at times. 41C today. Really?

Owie

Dec. 30th, 2016 11:28 am
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 Ow ow paper wasp sting, ow, ow. Teach me to lean into a bush to get the mail as a wasp flies past, ow, ow.

In good news, the fall into the corner of the doorway wall last night where I fell heavily onto the side of my right wrist going crunch did not actually fracture my wrist, x-rays report. Quick application of ice has minimised the bruising, doc said that it would have been severe if we hadn't got right onto it.

 

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