Victor Harbor Half-Marathon
posted by Kylie Leane on February 6, 2017

On Sunday the 5th of February out of bed I leapt as my alarm blared loud, 5:15 in the morning. Scrambling into my office I clambered for my mobile, turning off my alarm. Down the passage, my blurry-eyed sister wandered, poking her head into my office.

"That's a really loud alarm."

I chuckled. "Yeah."

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Pichi Richi Thoughts
posted by Kylie Leane on June 27, 2016

Thank you to everyone for your support!
Just some thoughts about the journey it took to reach the milestone of achieving the Pichi Richi half-marathon.
Walking 21km.

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The joy in a hug.
posted by Kylie Leane on September 3, 2015
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Today as I write this blog entry I am sitting on the bus into the city center, watching the world go by. It is a startingly beautiful day, as though spring as arrived with a cloak of blue sky so crystal it's breathtaking. There is a squeaky-squeak in the bus -- as if there is a bolt loose somewhere -- everyone is silent, lost in their own thoughts as much as I am.
My thoughts for the last few days have been tumbling about in a bit of a whirl wind. It isn't often, you see, that you get the astounding opportunity that comes along in life to meet someone you've only met online.
I can still picture the amazing moment I caught sight of my friend of (we think) seven years, in the flesh, in reality, coming out of the aeroplane tunnels. What joy! What glee! My heart was racing. What overwhelming wonder...
This moment had arrived!

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Easter Weekend Fabulous Fun
posted by Kylie Leane on April 7, 2015

Easter is different for everyone.
The more interaction I have with many different people across the world, the more I learn how wonderful the world is and how differently we all live our lives. Even within my small family this is very easy to see -- we're all different -- like pebbles in a stream, smoothed by the water into lovely shapes and shades.
My family has long had a standing tradition of escaping the business of the year and heading outback over Easter.

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