I always enjoy being a guest blogger and today I'm in good company over at Travel Tales of Life, sharing views on how COVID-19 has impacted on my life in Tumbarumba.
It's been a dream for 18 years and now it's finally happened despite many hiccups along the way! Congrats to all those involved in the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail.
Good morning from Tumbarumba! Welcome autumn sunshine and fabulous colors.
Chocolate is the answer whatever the question may be! #Lifethisweek
Do you ever wake up with words rattling around in your head asking to be written down? These are some of those words.
Hooray for me! I've been blogging for 8 years today 🙂
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!
My delightful sunroom is perfect for self-isolation during these crazy days. Pop in for a virtual visit! #stayathome
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.
What's a road trip without a few stops for photos? Back in the day when road trips were a thing - like last week!
I'm a guest over at one of my favourite midlife blogs - Sue's Sizzling Towards 60 and Beyond, as part of her Ageing Well, Living Well series. Please pop over, have a read and share your thoughts.
Welcome to my temporary neighbourhood for #Lifethisweek
This week's Friday Fiction post has a bit of everything - a gripping murder mystery series, taking care of ageing parents, grief plus a bonus blogger catchup 🙂
You can ring my bell, ring my bell....but what is the best thing to do? A bike rider's dilemma.
Cycling along the beach has its benefits!
Why are Australia's colours green and gold and what do they have to do with wattle? #SundayStills
The first thing that came to mind was 'are they walking on water?'
February was a month of busyness, planning and negativity with some fun times thrown in. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month.
It's good to stop and take stock every now and again! Here's my taking stock post for #Lifethisweek. To me it's about taking stock, not making stock 🙂
What do you see when you hear the term 'near and far'? While out riding my bike recently the views in my rear view mirror spoke to me. #SundayStills
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.