a year on…..

Posted by Wendy Davis on October 10, 2014 and filed under lifeliving in the regions

So today is a year since I took a leap into the great unknown and left my secure, nicely paid position at the university. I didn’t let myself think too much about the future at the time. It really was time to leave. I was lucky to be able to do so on my own […]

caught up in a swirl of sound

Posted by Wendy Davis on June 21, 2014 and filed under blogjuneculturelifeliving in the regionsmusic

Since I moved back to Bundaberg I’ve been involved with the Bundaberg Orpheus Singers. I was excited to join a choral group singing in 4 part harmony. Believe it or not – not all regional centres have adult singing groups. I was happy to sing with the altos for the first few years. I liked […]

Dancing about architecture

Posted by Wendy Davis on June 4, 2014 and filed under blogjunelifemusicUncategorized

I was interviewing someone for my Musical Bundaberg project (which is pretty much in rest mode at the moment) and we were talking about playing in public. This person had been a fine pianist and studied music at UQ. That was some years ago and she confessed to no longer wanting to play in public […]


Posted by Wendy Davis on December 9, 2013 and filed under life

There’s lots of inspirational images these days doing the rounds on twitter, Facebook, pinterest and the like along the lines “ending the struggle and dancing with life”, “finding your passion”, “stopping the glorification of busy” and so on and so forth. Indeed, I have been guilty of retweeting, resharing, pinning and liking lots of these […]