Even though I am a volunteer, one of the perks of being the co-host and newsreader on The Good Life show is that I get my hair, nails and make-up done, so, for one afternoon at least, I feel as if I am turned out to the best of my presentation ability.
This month though, the talented team at Total Bliss Wollongong excelled! Total bliss indeed . . .
And now, getting back to the business in hand, this month’s episode features the:
- Coomaditchie United Aboriginal Corporation who are using technology to capture their disappearing dream-time stories;
- Alzheimer’s Australia Memory Walk & Jog that is touring the country to raise awareness and funds for those living with dementia; (and if you wonder why Pete Gatwood and I are pacing our way through reading that title off the teleprompter, try saying it yourselves. It’s amazing we got it down in just a couple of takes 🙂 )
- And we meet an odd pairing – the cancer-surviving ‘kayak cameraman‘ Paul Jurak and his photogenic muse. If you have time for nothing else this month, I suggest you at least take a look at the beautiful photos on .https://kayakcameraman.com/
- And Pete gets into the kitchen to cook up Zuccini Fritters (but there’s none so good as the ones my step-mama and Zia make!!!)
Here is the link to Episode 6 April 2016 . . . IRT The Good Life
Enjoy! Garrulous Gwendoline