Find out about me

A personal and professional interest in all things fire related led to establishing this site although I stray to other areas. I live in the city after 32 years in the country.  My blog encourages my writing and reflectionon matters pertaining to fire and loss, on decay and death, and the possibilities that arise from living in the knowing each moment is my life right now.

8 Responses to Find out about me

  1. Pat says:

    Neri,

    I’m Pat(ped) from the Grand Brigade. I am very glad you started this blog. I am bookmarking it so that I can continue to read your entries. Please keep on writing.

  2. solidgoldcreativity says:

    Thanks for the link 😉 SGx

  3. Heather says:

    Well done Neri
    You continue to inspire. Hey, the Barista course was well worthwhile, you make great coffee. I’m proud to call you my friend.

    • redpresence says:

      Thanks for your post the feeling is definitely mutual

  4. Hi, Thanks for your comment on my blog. I’m glad you were amused. It’s become one of those stories that are repeated again and again around the dinner table…

    I’ve visited your blog and it’s clear you have a following. Your subject matter touches many people. I’m sure I’m the last person who can give any valuable advice. I think we both write from the heart.

    I don’t know how to control who reads us – or how many out there do – but that’s part of the fun, I think. We just have to experiment till we get it right.

    Thanks and good luck, Yael

    • redpresence says:

      Thats the quickest reply ever so thanks , you’re right writing from the heart is the way to go no other way works although I love “Freefall” a residential writing experience I had with Barbara Vessolago some years back. Write with the inner censor shut down and the creative spirit dancing.
      Just the profile has me stumped !!
      You’ve also reminded me to comment on what I read rather than just think it and go to the next piece so thanks.

  5. Carol says:

    Please tell me more about Our Lady of Recovery.

    • redpresence says:

      Carol, Our Lady of Recovery was painted in thanks that no lives were lost in the Redesdale fire in 2009. In other parts of Victoria 173 people died in what is know as the Black Saturday bush fires.

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