Juggling expectations

As I typed this latest instalment of pinchmyself in downtown Phnom Penh, I looked out the window just in time to see a man throw a large machete up a palm tree toward his co-worker. I gasped and held my breath as the young man about 10 metres up the tree managed to reach out … Continue reading Juggling expectations

Redundant. Full Stop. New Chapter.

Don’t you love it when someone says something that gives you a different perspective on an issue? It’s like they’ve taken your swivel chair and turned you around by 90 or 180 degrees so that you can see it from another angle entirely. That’s what happened when I was chatting with a fascinating, artistic woman … Continue reading Redundant. Full Stop. New Chapter.