How To Be A Woman

As a man it has been, and continues to be, a source of wonder to see how most women exist in this decreasingly manmade world. The planet is for everyone, the world was grabbed by men. It was into this world 15 years ago my daughter was born. With joy I have been able to stand by her, get to know her, and learn from her, as she has grown into the ongoing change the world is experiencing. I am so full of pride and love for her it can sometimes burst out the eyes ♥️ Happy birthday!

Wellington boys finally show how it's done

Jerry Colins (Super 14, 2006): Blues 19 v Hurricanes 37Second half ... but that's that way we like it, u-huh u-huh!

And, after yet another amazing weekend in Wellington I realise how much it's about the people and the potential ... it's quite infectious.

But mostly it's my mates - Adam, Paul, Pete, Sean, Karen, Kim, Pete, Kath, Just, Emma, Amanda, ... and the newbies (to me), Tim, Dave (ish), Amanda, Rob (ish again :-), Jane, ... and the oldies that I didn't get to catch-up with - Jude, Phil, PP, Llew, John, Rach, Mands (sorry, oops), Ruth (um, again, oops), Chicks, Kerry (how was One Love?) ...

I miss it!

Oh! And having the Drop ("Wandering Eye" - that is just the bomb for me!) or Black Seeds on TV after I've just watched the 'Canes whip Auckland (and here)... with a bottle of wine inside ... I'm strutting and bobbing to it all!