There was a long a circuitous journey to Jim
Childerstone's best day.
Learning that music-making is a three-sided affair made
for a memorable day, Donald Cullington writes.
Best days can seem too fleeting but there's comfort that
they will come again, writes Annika Korsten.
It was a red letter day, writes Don Mackenzie, promising
fame at the very least.
For Jenny Longstaff, heading into the unknown was the best
thing she could have done.
A trip to an Australian sewage farm resulted in Paul
Sorrell finding something he couldn't take his eyes
Finding a place to belong is the best, writes Andy
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,
writes Rob Urquhart.
It was a day to remember when the '60s arrived at a West
Coast school fete, writes Alan Beck.
Getting there can be one of the best bits of a holiday,
writes Don Sinclair.
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