About Wendy Kay

Hi,
Having been a journalist for more than 35 years, it’s all of a sudden dawned on me that I truly love to write. Simplistic revelation I know, but for most of my life I have written for a living. Now, I can write for the sheer joy of it.

Wendy’s World is my chance to write about the simple things in life, a response I assume to having earned a living from writing often about the ugly side of life. My blog is my chance to write what I want about the things in life that make me laugh, make me angry or make me cry.

Enjoy!

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10 Responses to About Wendy Kay

  1. Russell says:

    As they say, write on!

  2. Lee says:

    Hi Wendy, I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Award. Sharing the love. It’s a game really, and a way to spread the word about great (but new blogs). Another blogger nominated me, and I’m supposed to choose my favourite blogs and nominate them. So check out this post and if you feel like sharing more about yourself, answer my questions and nominate your own favourites in a blog post.
    http://aglasshalf-full.com/2013/02/01/whats-this-an-award/

  3. dnmufc says:

    http://dnmufc.wordpress.com/ Hiya this is my blog of interesting articles I reblog form a left perspective of course…..

    • wendyannkay says:

      Love it! And love the different perspective! That’s what it’s all about. I read the other day online about a bloke who was a GO (our age) then worked as an Engineer and now at the age of 59 is going back to the club. I’d soooo love to do that! Remember that women in Arziv the costumier? She was about 60. Do you think there’s a chance for us?

  4. dnmufc says:

    Not me as I got sacked …lol..However my friend Judy from Sydney got made redundant and re-applied to the Club, got accepted and went back for nearly two years and she was 59. She had a ball. I knew her since Martinique!

  5. dnmufc says:

    Bad English Pommer ‘ I have known her’

  6. Col Pask says:

    Hi Wendy

    Sitting on the balcony in Sorrento Italy looking over Sorrento and to Mt Vesuvius over the water. Seagulls swoop, church bells ring and children chatter as they play way down on the beach below.

    This is the only way I could find to send you a message. From both Ginny and I, thank you for such a great and accurate article. Hope you enjoyed seeing the photos.

    Hope this finds you well.

    Kind Regards. Col & Ginny Pask

  7. Sarah Carman says:

    Hi Wendy,

    I recently came across an article of yours about public vs. private education on the NSW Parents Council website. It was a refreshingly honest discussion about your choice, and you’re right, it’s YOUR choice!

    I’ve since read quite a few of your posts on here, and have really enjoyed what you have to say.

    As someone who is very interested in education and making it better for students and parents, I just wanted to say thank you for writing in such an open way. I’m an HSC tutor, and I’m equally an advocate for health, happiness and balance (which are things that often go out the window during senior years of high school!) I’ve been wanting to write about my observations of the struggles students and parents experience, and it’s reading blogs like yours that gives me more confidence to do it!

    I’d really like to talk to you further about mutually interesting topics, if you’d be able to chat sometime.

    Many thanks,
    Sarah Carman
    Sponge Education

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