When an Echidna comes to visit on the front verandah. At first he's happy to sniff around but once he senses danger he rolls up into a ball.
This is part of a guest post I wrote on Retiring Not Shy's blog, about Tumbarumba being a great place to live, especially in retirement. I was one of five bloggers invited to share why we live where we live in retirement.
This week's Friday Fiction post has three books to read about. A collection including murder, mermaids and sand talk.
It's Tumbafest time again, and with another great line up of music, markets, food, wine, it's looking like a huge weekend in Tumbarumba!
How do you manage to balance life and your self care in today's world of social media?
Here's my list of 12 things I plan to do before turning 60. And why I didn't go for 60 things 🙂
A true story that shows the power of connection with a happy ending! An unexpected comment leads to an interesting re-connection and a doll called Debbie Anne.
As I flew across the world to meet my newest and tiniest baby granddaughter, I wrote this story for her. She was born at 25 weeks and was called Wombat before she became Dottie. Enjoy!
A very hard story to tell and one that has taken me years to be able to write about. When a school excursion in another country goes horribly wrong and you are only 16 years old.
Don't let yourself be taken for granted!
A great fun read about an Indian family, a wedding and what happens when a marriage has to be unarranged. Written by a fellow blogger, it's her first book and a labour of love over many years!
Becoming a Grandma again with a Baby Shower to organise and attend! There's never a dull moment in my world.
A touch of tropical paradise for Wordless Wednesday!
Something sweet to tempt you for this week's Sunday Stills.
Sound familiar? A mutating virus taking out most of the world, no power, no internet, no government, teenagers having to take control - it was all a bit close to the truth!
Sunset views over the back gate! What a great view without the need of any filters.
Coming out of the shadows and into the light for this week's Sunday Stills.
January was a month full of many emotions - sadness, worry, happiness, love - just to name a few! Join me for a chat and a recap of the month.
A helping hand is always welcome especially when it's someone as cute as a button who is offering!
With everything that's been going on weather-wise in Australia recently, it's enough to turn us all grey! A post for Sunday Stills and #lifethisweek
It finally feels like summer - a day at the beach and a jump for joy 🙂
Life is always interesting in our family - our granddaughter has now changed to a grandson and we couldn't be happier!
Our local community shows its true colours with generosity, care and support of each other during the bushfire emergency.