It’s a beautiful Wednesday morning
I have nothing much to say except it’s another day in paradise here in Tumbarumba and I’ve woken up feeling pretty amazing!
Our little town is getting ready to celebrate the 25th year of the weekend-long music/food/wine festival that is Tumbafest. This year Aussie Jessica Mauboy is the headline act and it’s looking good for a big weekend. Just hoping the weather holds!
I’m preparing the house for an influx of family and if I’m honest I do my best work when under a deadline of house guests arriving! I can’t wait to have two of my grandchildren in the house 🙂
Wishing you a lovely day 🙂
Changes to Wordless Wednesday
I have been doing Wordless Wednesday posts (or attempting to do them) for quite some time now and at one stage even changed the name to Worth a Word Wednesday, on the suggestion from Suz, my NZ blogging friend.
But for this year I’ve decided to change it up a bit, post only when I have something to say on a Wednesday and use the Wake up and be Amazing, it’s Wednesday as inspiration.
You see I like words too much, and yes I know a photo can tell a story but sometimes I want to add words, lots of words, so it moves away from being Wordless Wednesday. I’ll still use the hashtag and tags in my posts just so I keep track of all the posts I write in that category but I’ll try to feature more amazing news!
You’re amazing – and don’t you forget it!
This coming Friday (25 February 2022) it’s time for our monthly catch-up where we write about our WOTY and how we lived our words through the previous month. It’s a monthly linkup on the last Friday of each month and you’ve very welcome to join us with a post on your Word of the Year. It goes live at 9am AEDST and will stay open for 3 days so you’ve got plenty of time to join us.
- A tale of 42 foxes #WordlessWednesday
- The smell of earth after rain #SundayStills
- Is there a difference between ‘celebrating your achievements’ and ‘showing off’?
- Science is child’s play at Questacon
- How would you answer these Taking Stock prompts? #LifesStories
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A tragic accident at age 17, resulting in a Bravery Award from the Queen, didn’t deter Debbie from travelling the world. A young retiree, after being made redundant from her 22 year career managing education programs in a men’s correctional centre, she now loves reading, blogging, riding her ebike and a good cup of tea! Also known as Granny Debs to her 4 grandchildren.
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