PAWN SHOP ON THE PARRAMATTA ROAD.
Having claimed use of FALL for myself this week instead of Autumn, I am hunting through the pictures I have taken while I am in Sydney to think over the ideas of FALL. What better than a PAWNSHOP ? I don’t think I have ever pawned anything and hope I never do but I did once fall into the hands of an INSTANT CASH place in Queensland. For $100. A Fallen Woman for a short space of time.
I was thinking this morning of crestfallen following an online clash last night and then seeing a fellow blogger dissed by another this morning, the word CRESTFALLEN came to me.
having a drooping crest or hanging head
AT THIS POINT IN THE YAAN, I WILL PLACE THE DETAILS OF THE 1000 WARRIORS MARCH. SHAME IS A MIGHTY WEARYING THING. HANGING THE HEAD AND DROOPING THE CREST BECOMES TEDIOUS.PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT THE 1000 WARRIOR MARCH. HEADS HELD HIGH.
From Richard J Frankland.
The 1000 Warrior March
On Saturday the 5th of November, Aboriginal and Islander men will March to Reclaim, Respect & Protect.
The purpose of this email is to provide full details of the March and its intended purpose.
The purpose of the 1000 Warrior March is to:
· To Show solidarity amongst Aboriginal and Islander Men
· To reinforce our place in family and community.
· To reinforce our culture as a way forward.
· To show we are role models for our families and our young.
· To make a stand for healing our country.
· To commit to the rights of Aboriginal people.
· To pledge to honour the 1000 warrior values.
Aboriginal and Islander men will be participating in the March and they will March through Melbourne in harmony to Reclaim, Respect and Protect. The men will then meet their families, friends and loved ones at Birrarung Marr (back of Federation Square) to celebrate.
Details of the 1000 Warrior March
DATE: Saturday 5th of November 2011
TIME: The March will begin at 10:00am
ADDRESS: The Fig Tree, top of Gertrude Street corner of Gertrude and Nicholson Streets Fitzroy)
BACK TO THE YAAN.
AND WRAP THE NIGHT UP WITH :
After my own soul and heart.
“They’ll always tell you how much good you can do with dirty money”. Fr Daniel Berrigan.