The ordinary can sometimes be extraordinary! Another fun photography challenge - 10 Ordinary Objects.
Visiting Hanging Rock lookout over the Shoalhaven River is like stepping back in time as I visit old haunts #WordlessWednesday
Planting a seed for you to record your experiences during this pandemic situation with #SundayStills
What are you called, what words describe you, have you changed, how is it different to being a mother - just some of the questions I answer in Part 2 of this series about being a grandmother.
Bushfire regeneration is happening all around us and this tree caught my imagination. What do you see?#WordlessWednesday
Welcome to my World. May was another month of lockdown, with restrictions starting to be lifted. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month.
The view, as I sit looking straight ahead out of my sunroom is one of my favourite things. And so is looking up for #SundayStills
The Mathematician loved doing this 1000 piece Escher jigsaw puzzle during lockdown! I know how to give great gifts 🙂 #WordlessWednesday
Another fun photography challenge, Images by the Dozen. Photos of 1-12 'things' without using actual numbers. Last month was the alphabet of isolation and now it's numbers!
It's been a dream for 18 years and now it's finally happened despite many hiccups along the way! Congrats to all those involved in the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail. This a guide to riding the trail.
Men’s health is an important issue even in times of a pandemic. I’ll be taking a break to look after the patient.
Friday Fiction this week has a theme of confronting books! It seems I've moved on from comfort reads. what are you reading at the moment?
I think it's been a while since my car has been out, either that or it's playing hide and seek with me 🙂 #WordlessWednesday
What does giving mean to you? A few random thoughts and photos for #SundayStills on Mother's Day.
You are my sunshine! Did you know a heliophile is someone who loves sunlight? Some sunshine photos for your #WordlessWednesday
April was a month of staying at home. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month.
It's good to stop and take stock every now and again! Here's my latest taking stock post for #Lifethisweek with lots of changes in the world!
April was spent in isolation, self distancing, so when my sister mentioned a photography challenge, the A-Z of Isolation and I was hooked.
Sharing Tumbarumba's spectacular autumn colours for #WordlessWednesday
I'm a relative new kid on the block in regards to this grandmothering gig, here are my thoughts so far!