A great fun read about an Indian family, a wedding and what happens when a marriage has to be unarranged. Written by a fellow blogger, it's her first book and a labour of love over many years!
Becoming a Grandma again with a Baby Shower to organise and attend! There's never a dull moment in my world.
A touch of tropical paradise for Wordless Wednesday!
Something sweet to tempt you for this week's Sunday Stills.
Sound familiar? A mutating virus taking out most of the world, no power, no internet, no government, teenagers having to take control - it was all a bit close to the truth!
Sunset views over the back gate! What a great view without the need of any filters.
Coming out of the shadows and into the light for this week's Sunday Stills.
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!
Here's my list of 12 things I plan to do before turning 60. And why I didn't go for 60 things 🙂
With everything that's been going on weather-wise in Australia recently, it's enough to turn us all grey! A post for Sunday Stills and #lifethisweek
It finally feels like summer - a day at the beach and a jump for joy 🙂
Life is always interesting in our family - our granddaughter has now changed to a grandson and we couldn't be happier!
Our local community shows its true colours with generosity, care and support of each other during the bushfire emergency.
How was your 2019? Here's my annual recap of my blog with some statistics which make for interesting reading.
A day out in London before heading home to smoky Australia - fresh air, blue sky, green grass, bulbs popping up - a reminder to take nothing for granted.
An anniversary to remember, celebrating 40 years of marriage and trying not to feel old! Joining in for Sunday Stills.
Soaking up the clean, crisp, fresh, smoke-free air before heading back to Australia and the bushfires at home in Tumbarumba.
What is my word of the year for 2020? It's a word that has literally jumped out at me from various sources lately!
We're watching and waiting for news of our home town from over 17000km away - and it's hard going!