Do you see a monster or an angel?July is all about 'trees' over at Becky's Squares. Here's my Day 26 post for #TreeSquare.
Life can be prickly but it's also beautiful #WordlessWednesday
It's time for #WordlessWednesday with some sad, but still beautiful, sunflowers.
It's time for #WordlessWednesday with happy sunny sunflowers on the agenda.
Things are looking up with help from my friend the hammock!
It's time for the first #WordlessWednesday of 2021 with trees on the agenda. And some words - I have to ease myself back into the wordless part of Wordless Wednesday!
In my last post for 2020 I would like to wish you all happy Christmas, as happy as you can be anyway, given the circumstances. Thanks for all your support during 2020. With love from my world to yours....
The first thing that came to mind was 'are they walking on water?'
February was a month of busyness, planning and negativity with some fun times thrown in. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month.
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
When an Echidna comes to visit on the front verandah. At first he's happy to sniff around but once he senses danger he rolls up into a ball.
It's Tumbafest time again, and with another great line up of music, markets, food, wine, it's looking like a huge weekend in Tumbarumba!
Don't let yourself be taken for granted!
A touch of tropical paradise for Wordless Wednesday!
Sunset views over the back gate! What a great view without the need of any filters.
January was a month full of many emotions - sadness, worry, happiness, love - just to name a few! Join me for a chat and a recap of the month.
A helping hand is always welcome especially when it's someone as cute as a button who is offering!
It finally feels like summer - a day at the beach and a jump for joy 🙂
Our local community shows its true colours with generosity, care and support of each other during the bushfire emergency.
We're watching and waiting for news of our home town from over 17000km away - and it's hard going!