Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Life is full: retrieving balls and keeping them in the air

An adventure in space ... 
Nike Savvas with her artwork Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder 
at the Art Gallery of NSW yesterday. It took 10 days to install.
Photo: Jon Reid

Miss Eagle is back.  After three weeks in the Northern Territory - in Alice Springs and Tennant Creek - she spent two days and three nights at home before she embarked on GreenFaith Australia's Walking Humbly: a journey to the Murray.  This was a must since your Miss E dreamed up the concept which was then brought to wonderful reality by Elyse Rider and Jamel Kaur Dhillon.  Last night (in spite of having two good sleeps on Sunday and Monday) I slept the clock around and then some.  Clearly a delayed reaction!

However there is so much to do.

COP15 - Copenhagen

  • Supporting my friend, Patricia Corowa, who has only just, in the last few days, been selected to attend that famous conference in Copenhagen.  Please do all you can to help the Pacific Island participants by going to GetUp! and taking the requested action.

  • To-morrow night, I am off to a Public Meeting at 6.30pm under the title of Renewable is do-able: green jobs for Victoria.  The meeting will be held at the Fitzroy Town Hall, 201 Napier Street, Fitzroy.  It is being organised by Save Solar Systems.

  • ...and many emails and phone calls to catch up on.

  • I have much to blog about and many photographs to sort through and edit.  So I might disappear for another day or two..or seven.  But I will be back as soon as I can.  Until then, you will know that I am occupied productively.


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