Have you got your listening ears on?
So what have I heard in the last week?
I heard the birds, mainly cockatoos and kookaburras
I heard the autumn leaves rustling as they tumble from the trees
I heard from my daughters and grandchildren
I heard from my mother, sister, mother-in-law, cousins, nieces, nephew and other family members
I heard from a Rotary friend who is more than happy to check in on my mother-in-law (she lives alone a few hours drive away from us), she is isolated at the best of times, but even more so these days, with little family support around her
I heard from lots of locals who are enjoying the newly opened rail trail, the fun family time, the exercise and the autumn weather
I heard the cry from my body to stop, rest, relax and obeyed the request
I heard some interesting podcasts while out walking in the forest
I heard some funny jokes
I heard some good news and I heard some bad news
I heard my heartbeat – always a good sign!
I heard some great songs
I heard from lots of friends
I heard some rubbish from around the world but I am trying to un-hear some of that 😦
I heard the words from the many books I’ve read lately
I heard Joe Wicks encouraging me in his daily workouts and I know he has the tightest glutes in the world!
I heard encouraging feedback and support
I heard the sounds of silence and it was quite comforting in a weird way
And I heard from many of you, in the form of views, comments and messages 🙂
Thanks to everyone for keeping the conversation alive, the connections we all have mean so much more in these strange days.
I hear babies cry, I watch them grow
They’ll learn much more that I’ll ever know
And I think to myself what a wonderful world
Yes I think to myself what a wonderful world.Louis Armstrong song
What have you heard lately? Care to share?
Wishing you all a great week ahead. Take care and stay well. Sending virtual hugs to all.
Joining Denyse for #Lifethisweek – I heard
PS. My family think this is funny considering how deaf they think I am 🙂
Bio: Debbie is an award winning blogger and lives in the small town of Tumbarumba in NSW Australia. Married for 40 years, with three grown up daughters, Debbie and her husband are avid travellers, cyclists and adventurers. Described by others as a ‘hummingbird on speed’ this active mother and grandmother has also received a bravery award from the Queen.
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