How was your 2019? Here's my annual recap of my blog with some statistics which make for interesting reading.
A fun #booktag using books on my TBR list - feel free to join in!
It's my birthday today and I've updated my birthday letter to myself. It's also election day in the UK - I'm happy to share the joy 🙂
Making friends is an important part of life 🙂
How was your November? Let's take a minute to stop for a cuppa and a chat and I'll even share my cream tea with you!
Globetrotting Granny Debs has a new grandbaby on the way and couldn't be happier. Meet Gundoo 🙂
How was your October? Let's take a minute to stop for a cuppa and a chat. As Dr Seuss said, how did it get so late so soon?
It's Wednesday!! Time for a (nearly) Wordless Wednesday post 🙂
It's time for a cuppa and a chat. Come and join me in my delightful sunroom in the garden - it's spring time here!
I'm a Globetrotting Granny - here are some random thoughts from my recent month away. I'm easing my way back into blogging.
Read why I’m taking a blogging break - it’s all about family! I’ll be back soon 😊
It's still cold, but there are signs of spring's arrival so grab a cuppa, make yourself comfortable and settle in for a chat! Let's take a break and look back over the month of July together.
It's getting cold, the snow is on the main range, so grab a cuppa, make yourself comfortable and settle in for a chat! Let's take a break and look back over the month of June together.
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
It's time for #SundayStills with stillness as the theme for this week. This quote is very apt: Stillness is the only thing in this world that has no form. But then, it is not really a thing, and it is not of this world.
It's time for #SundayStills with path the theme for this week. What path are you on at the moment?
It's getting cold, so grab a cuppa, make yourself comfortable and settle in for a chat! Let's take a break and look back over the month of May together.
I crossed something off my Retirement To-Do list recently, not because I'd completed it, as you might expect, but because I'd lost interest in it. I'd lost my drive, my passion, my joy for it. Where did it go and is this cause for concern?
I have just completed an easy questionnaire on the subject of retirement. I found out about this project from another midlife blogger and decided to add my voice to the story. If you are a woman and you're retired I highly recommend you join up and share your story and thoughts, it's for a good …