On this ANZAC Day 25th April 2018 I remember my Great Uncle, Private George Thomas VIDLER - NX47809 service number in the Australian Army - my Grandmother Marjorie Edna MOSS nee VIDLER's brother & my Mum's Uncle. He joined up in 1940, and sailed off to war in 1941 never to return. He was caught... Continue Reading →
Today in Australia it is ANZAC Day - a time to remember those who died & fought in all wars & conflicts but also a time to reflect on their service. I cannot imagine having to go to war. I cannot imagine having one of my son's go to war. I find it difficult to... Continue Reading →
Just a little Gallery of images from the Launch Event for my current exhibition at the Northern Rivers Community Gallery in Ballina. The Gallery was renovated after my launch & now has some lovely timber doors out onto the Gallery Cafe deck which has certainly enhanced the space for visitors.
In Australia the 25th April is ANZAC Day – it is a time to remember those who died, fought and supported those who fought in wars and conflicts. It is not a time to celebrate war but to remember the contributions of many who found themselves going into war or conflict to defend their country.... Continue Reading →
After a couple of difficult weeks again with my shoulder overuse injury I was back at the Physio in Ballina. I will need surgery on the shoulder within the next few weeks - something I am not looking forward to. I am however looking forward to the likelihood that it will greatly improve my pain... Continue Reading →
For Anzac Day 2012 I thought I would tell part of my father-in-law - Emanuel Stephen Weir's journey of service to becoming a pilot originally for the RAAF and then to serve in the RAF in Europe in WW2. We have two records of part of my - a very short outline I asked him... Continue Reading →