Andrew had been jolly once. I’ve never known another person to fit a word so perfectly. He was hugely tall and hugely wide and hugely confident. When we were younger my cousins and I would hide behind a wall, peeking around to watch our parents having fun, sitting at the dinner table on to yet […]
Dark Places by Gillian Flynn My rating: 2 of 5 stars Dark Places is a miserable book about miserable and awful people. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. In fact I think Flynn writes some really great awful people. I genuinely felt sick to my stomach in some chapters. If you were to look at […]
Reincarnation is real and Frank has just died. What does Frank get to be in his next life?
“Who are you wearing?”
When I lived in NZ I may have taken for granted just how stunningly gorgeous the country is. The beauty of your surroundings may be something you don’t appreciate until you get older (I was 16 when I left), but whenever I fly back home and see so all that untouched green landscape it makes me proud of that silver fern on the front of my passport.
Now that the corny patriotism is out of my system I’ll get to the point. This time last year I was able to have a number of uniquely kiwi experiences. My family moved to Dunedin in 2013 and last Christmas I visited them in their new “hometown”. We are north islanders so my dad was keen for us to be as touristy as possible during my brief trip to the south.