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!
A fun #booktag using books on my TBR list - feel free to join in!
What were your favourite books in 2019? Here are some of my 5 star favourites.
Not one, but two, winter solstices this year and how different they both are!!
Another not-so Wordless Wednesday, more like ‘Where in the World’ Wednesday!!
And hello Friday - it just so happens to be Friday 13th but rest assured nothing bad will happen if you read my post 🙂 Answers to 3 questions and some more F words!
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 🙂
What does peace mean to you? For Sunday Stills this week I've tried to capture some peaceful images from our travels to the other side of the world.
It's Friday again! What made a difference to me during the week and what made me happy and sad?? Sounds quite simple really, so what would your answers be?
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!
What does being chilled mean to you? I'm taking it literally this week for Sunday Stills.
Another Friday rolls around - so it's time for 3 questions and some F words. How would you sum up your week?
Be a ray of sunshine in someone's life today! Shine on 🙂
A favourite photo of mine is this awkward photo from a few years ago. It still manages to make me laugh! Back for Sunday Stills this week.
What's a good F word to describe your week? It's time for Friday's 3 questions and get ready for some Dottie spam 🙂
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.