Weekly writing challenge: writerly reflections

Writerly reflections: how and when did my love of reading and writing start? This is the week's writing challenge. Which books did you love growing up?   I love reading and I have always been a voracious reader. As a child I read books such as Secret Seven, Famous Five, Trixie Belden, Anne of Green …

Somewhere over the rainbow!

On my way to work this morning I  looked in the rear view mirror to see this beautiful rainbow and stormy sky over the vineyard next door.  The amazing thing was that the other end of the rainbow was over my workplace, over 5kms from home - and it was a double rainbow to boot. …

Weekly photo challenge: reflection

Reflection in the fountain This photo was taken at 6am in Fitzroy Park in Melbourne in January 2014. The temperature at 6am was already 29 degrees Celsius and the day was forecast to get to 48 degrees. I remembered all of this when I read the topic for this weeks photo challenge. I immediately thought …

Weekly writing challenge: Golden Years – ageing gracefully

Debbie

Here's my post for a recent Weekly Writing Challenge on the Golden years and ageing. How did I get to this point in life?? I honestly don't know how I came to be in my early fifties, I don't feel that old!! In actual fact my body isn't that old.....what do I mean by that? …

Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective – Under the Dome

The hexagon shapes make up this biome at The Eden Project

Here is my post for this week's Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective. It was an interesting exercise and took me far longer to compile than I thought it would. I like the way the shape of the dome, a hexagon, is highlighted by cropping the photo and how different the photo is when looked at from this …

A few home truths

We are all Wonder Women

This week I've felt like I was about to hit the wall, I've been tired, worn out, hungry, rundown and with a general feeling of blah hanging over me. I have been busy all week with work, Rotary commitments, running and life but nothing too out of the ordinary. I decided to take stock and …

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