The Nation of Deb’s World

Welcome to the Nation of Deb’s World,

Welcome to my world
Welcome to my world

A few characteristics of Debs World are in the following paragraphs. Not too much detail but hopefully enough for you to get the gist. You will notice a distinct lack of economic detail – there’s a good reason for that.

It’s generally a bright and cheery place.

There are some deep and intense places to explore, but sunshine and sparkly blue water are usually the order of the day.

The residents are called Debstars and the national symbol is a Debbie Smile with the flag being a smiley face 😊

Smile quote
Smile quote

Reading is a national pastime, followed closely by writing, usually in the form of a blog, with everyone connected with daily prompts to encourage their creativity.

At least two days a week are set aside for ‘emotion’ days as it’s important to acknowledge our feelings. Our supreme leader Deb understands only too well the need for empathy and kindness and that life isn’t always rainbows and lollipops.

Colour is encouraged in this new world and the brighter the better but everyone is allowed to wear whatever they feel like on a set day, as long as they’re in tune with their emotions.

Life in Deb’s World is based on having fun, despite the advanced age of some of the residents, punctuated by visits to play with grandchildren, hurtling down hills on bikes, drinking tea in the sunshine, exploring opportunities and looking for the brightness in the world.

A new world of exploration and creativity was born in Debs World

Deb’s World stands for its commitment to creativity, exploration and sharing, wishing sunshine and stories for all its citizens.

Welcome to my world 😊 it’s great to have you here!

Creative Writing

This is a response to a writing exercise (which I’ve just found in my notes), from a few years ago where the prompt was to introduce our ‘world’ to others, as the leader of that world. As my blog is called Deb’s World I took in that direction, although I seem to remember others responded in a variety of ways – that’s the beauty of creative writing isn’t it?

I enjoyed writing this response and only recently found these notes so decided to publish them as a sort of Throwback Thursday.

I hope you enjoyed this post, let me know your thoughts, and please be kind 🙂


You can also find Deb’s World in lots of other places – stay in touch by clicking any of the buttons below.

Debbie in rock chick mode

Everyone has a story to tell! Deb is a young-at-heart & active 60+ blogger/retiree, after being made redundant from her 22-year career managing education programs in a men’s correctional centre (jail). She now spends her time reading, blogging, riding her ebike and travelling. Deb was awarded a Bravery Award from the Queen when she was 17 after a tragic accident – a definite life changing moment! She is married with 3 grown-up daughters & has 4 grandchildren. She never imagined being Granny Debs would bring so much joy to her life! You can read more of Deb’s story here

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26 Replies to “The Nation of Deb’s World”

  1. Oh, please may I visit Deb’s World? It sounds perfect! I just might move there if the supreme leader would let me bring along some of my grey clothing (it definitely makes me happy)! I loved this post! Reading a blog post is one of my favorite things to do. Writing them is another matter…I feel that sometimes I go on and on too much!

    I do hope you’ll visit for a link party both Thursday and Friday!

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    1. You are most welcome Marsha! Grey clothing is allowed if it makes you happy 🙂 Thanks for your comment, I was a bit worried my post might be too whimsical to be of any interest to others. I’ll definitely try and join your link party.


  2. I’ll happily come to Deb’s World. Colour, kindness, sunshine and sparkly blue water, it sounds far better than Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory!

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