Hooray for me! I've been blogging for 8 years today 🙂
What do you see when you hear the term 'near and far'? While out riding my bike recently the views in my rear view mirror spoke to me. #SundayStills
Becoming a Grandma again with a Baby Shower to organise and attend! There's never a dull moment in my world.
What is my word of the year for 2020? It's a word that has literally jumped out at me from various sources lately!
Another not-so Wordless Wednesday, more like ‘Where in the World’ Wednesday!!
Another Friday rolls around - so it's time for 3 questions and some F words. How would you sum up your week?
Jet lag - the struggle is real! But one benefit (the only one?) is being awake to see a beautiful sunrise unfold. What a fabulous show!
A travel quiz with a difference. How does your partner see you as a travelling companion? An interesting exercise!
Taking a trip down memory lane for Wordless Wednesday. India certainly was an incredible place to visit.
As I flew across the world to meet my newest and tiniest baby granddaughter, I wrote this story for her. She was born at 25 weeks and was called Wombat before she became Dottie. Enjoy!
I'm a Globetrotting Granny - here are some random thoughts from my recent month away. I'm easing my way back into blogging.
We kept seeing signs everywhere but didn't see a real koala while away up north! The only one we saw was this brightly painted koala. 🐨
It's time for #SundayStills with the great outdoors as the theme for this week. 'Think outside. No box required.' Come with me to the Flinders Ranges in South Australia
When your Airbnb has quirky touches like its very own hairdresser's chair. This great little garden apartment in downtown Noosa was a great find for a few days of rest.
Brisbane shows us what winter is like in Queensland - and it's not cold at all!
Road tripping approx.1250kms later - some sights along the way 🙂
Walking the Kokoda Track is a life changing experience in many ways.
Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail is set to be the first Rail Trail on public owned land in NSW. Read here for more information and a collection of my posts over the years.