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The older I’ve become and the more this disease progresses, the more I realise that everyone is dealing with something. My average day is not the same as anyone else’s but it is mine. ... Read More
As a young girl growing up in Africa, my parents always encouraged laughter in our communication. Often, as we shared meals around the table, it was typical for either my mother or father to tell a h... Read More
A brown man walks into a potentially the start of a humorous observation of ethnic mismatches and misunderstandings that would have been acceptable in the 80's, but actually it conti... Read More
I went to a friend’s very glamorous 50th birthday party last weekend and thought, “God I’m old”.  “Tell me you’re not going to wear your Bush Dress&... Read More

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