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!
It's Friday and you can insert your own F word to describe your week! Three questions answered. How would you respond?
Parts of Australia are burning but where we live it's been unseasonably cold. Sharing my rainbow shots for Wordless Wednesday - "Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud" - this quote by Maya Angelou is very fitting.
Globetrotting Granny Debs has a new grandbaby on the way and couldn't be happier. Meet Gundoo 🙂
It's Friday again, and time for three simple, yet complex, questions. How would you answer?
Snowballs of a different kind in Australia in Spring.
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?
A true story that shows the power of connection with a happy ending! An unexpected comment leads to an interesting re-connection and a doll called Debbie Anne.
Three simple questions for you on another fun-filled Friday. How would you answer them? It's not as easy as it seems and makes you stop and think!
It's Wednesday!! Time for a (nearly) Wordless Wednesday post 🙂
Three questions for you on this fabulous Friday.
The hills were alive in Tumbarumba last week! Amazing sky and light caressing the top of the hills. Sharing my view over town for #WordlessWednesday
A travel quiz with a difference. How does your partner see you as a travelling companion? An interesting exercise!
Here are the results to my short poll from a few months ago when I asked for your thoughts on how you blog? It seems we're quite a spontaneous bunch! Read on for more results.
Taking a trip down memory lane for Wordless Wednesday. India certainly was an incredible place to visit.
Do you know the power of a pink octopus? I didn't know how important a crocheted octopus could be to a premature baby until just recently.
A lovely Friday Funday at Floriade in Canberra. Flowers galore in the spring sunshine.
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!
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!
Words of wisdom from a friend "feelings take a lot longer to catch up to events", this was just what I needed to hear, after a broken tooth derailed my return home. I've got this!!