Best Day of My Life

The long way home

The long way home

There was a long a circuitous journey to Jim Childerstone's best day.

Three-part harmony

Three-part harmony

Learning that music-making is a three-sided affair made for a memorable day, Donald Cullington writes.

Reaping autumn's promise

Reaping autumn's promise

Best days can seem too fleeting but there's comfort that they will come again, writes Annika Korsten. 

Rejection just the beginning

Rejection just the beginning

It was a red letter day, writes Don Mackenzie, promising fame at the very least.

Under starry skies

Under starry skies

For Jenny Longstaff, heading into the unknown was the best thing she could have done.

Salty tale from sewage works

Salty tale from sewage works

A trip to an Australian sewage farm resulted in Paul Sorrell finding something he couldn't take his eyes off. 

Gold found in a distant land

Gold found in a distant land

Finding a place to belong is the best, writes Andy Barratt.

Trains then the pain

Trains then the pain

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, writes Rob Urquhart.

Fete in their hands

Fete in their hands

It was a day to remember when the '60s arrived at a West Coast school fete, writes Alan Beck. 

Adventure ahead

Adventure ahead

Getting there can be one of the best bits of a holiday, writes Don Sinclair.

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