Just over a week ago, I briefly wrote about why I would be voting NO in the upcoming referendum on spring hunting being held in Malta this weekend. Closer to the day and with the discussion and debates proliferating, I feel the time has come for me to be more eloquent on this matter. Continue reading
Warning – look away now if you don’t want to read another foodie post!
Yesterday was Good Friday and while I am not religious, I cannot but help enjoy and partake in the special dishes that Malta has to offer on this special day. In keeping with the Catholic tradition of not eating any meat on this day, the need arose to find dishes that offer just as much sustenance, and so it is that pulses and peas put in a big appearance on this day. Continue reading
“It’s a boy!” “It’s a girl!”
Those are the very first words we (as newborns) hear, announcing to the world at large where it is we take our place across this great divide. Are we from Mars? Are we from Venus? What if we’re neither? Or what if we’re born one way but deep down are another way? Continue reading
It’s about respect for the order of things, it’s about understanding that international law is there to be observed, it’s about not falling for fancy political rhetoric that doesn’t really tell the whole truth, it’s about the greater good, it’s about the common citizen standing up to a group of bullies and spineless politicians.
That’s why I’ll be voting NO in the upcoming Spring Hunting Referendum.