Monthly Archives: February 2017


Dinner and drinks deliciousness:-)

By | February 25th, 2017|bars and restaurants, light art|

This seems really strange. To be so warm and bubbly with wine, when my date is on his way home. Such a lovely evening. What can I say about the lights and the warmth of wine and a nice person. So fun. There is only one thing more delightful. The train.

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Her – 2013 – Science fiction by Spike Jonze

By | February 25th, 2017|cinema, relationships|

The irony of a story about a relationship between a human and an intelligent operating system, capable of learning, is not lost on me. All the more obvious how limited, how agricultural, how unfeeling, how pointless, a relationship between two humans separated by a screen, moderated by a statistic, with nothing remotely intelligent between them. [...]

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Moonlight cinema – Jasper Jones

By | February 22nd, 2017|cinema, parks and gardens|

Is there anything nicer than picnicking in the Botanic Gardens on a lovely summer evening? We went to the Moonlight Cinema to see Jasper Jones last night. Wine and cheese and company in support of Australian film. It is an interesting film, filled with twists and turns, and themes of social justice. Sumptuous evening.

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The Versions of Us – Laura Barnett

By | February 17th, 2017|literature|

It is such a brilliant and interesting idea. Different versions of the same story. To reflect on how your life might be different if you had said yes. Some decisions are trivial, and life carries on in much the same way, after an initial bump. Some decisions are life changing. If only you could trace [...]

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2 days in Paris for Valentine’s Day

By | February 14th, 2017|bars and restaurants, cinema, relationships|

2 days in Paris seemed like a bit of a strange choice for a Valentine's Day date movie at the Rooftop Cinema in Curtin House. Romantic realism perhaps. It seemed like a pretty shitty relationship, but maybe that is long term relationships for you. As I become more self aware, I am getting to know [...]

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