Worth a Word Wednesday: Did someone say winter?

 Wordless Wednesday – has now been renamed ‘Worth a Word’ Wednesday simply because I can’t stick to the rules of NO WORDS 🙂

Beach on a Winter's day
Beach on a winter’s day

Another beach scene on a winter’s day in the southern hemisphere!  A glorious day revisiting haunts of our past and enjoying time with family.

This beach is called Currarong and is on the South Coast of NSW. It has always been a popular spot with our family and when I was growing up we regularly spent time swimming and walking along the rocks.  It was empty on this particular day and looking simply gorgeous.  We didn’t go swimming but enjoyed our memories….oh and the warm sunshine and the brisk wind that was blowing!

My sister in law summed it up well in a Facebook post “strong breeze and salt air, good for the soul” and my mother-in-law commented that it blew some of the cobwebs away. 

We should never underestimate the value of a change of scenery and a few days away as an opportunity to simply be, to enjoy what we are lucky to have…time together.


Recently my blogging friend Suzanne at Global Housesitter x2 suggested I change the name of my Wordless Wednesday posts to Worth a Word Wednesday, as I rarely seem able to refrain from using some words in these posts, despite the title!!  So I’ve done just that!

Feel free to join in, post a photo and as many words as you like!  We would like to open this up to anyone to join in, have you any suggestions?

I love it when people leave me a comment, so don’t be shy – comment away!

Debbie 🙂

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5 Replies to “Worth a Word Wednesday: Did someone say winter?”

  1. Love the beach! Looking forward to walking along Papamoa Beach when we head home in October for a few weeks. Isn’t that the truth, about a walk being good for the soul and blowing away some cobwebs [that is surely a well used saying from downunder!].

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