Tag: daughters

How to embarrass your 3 daughters in 1 post – Musings on Monday 1 May 2017

Welcome to my weekly Monday Musings   I have a confession to make – this is my very first ‘How to..’ post!  Not because I don’t know how to do things but because I don’t feel qualified to offer anyone advice, about anything. While out riding my bike today I had a great post fill my head, it was sensational, pithy,…

Globetrotters- G’day Debbie 👋 

Originally posted on thewanderingdarlings:
This weeks Globetrotter is a special one as it’s my lovely Mum – Debbie My mum and dad are solely responsible for my sisters and my traveling genes. They took us on our first overseas trip when we were little and that started us all off on trying to see as much as the world as…

Life at 28 years of age…mother & daughter compare notes

Originally posted on Deb's World:
Sarah at 28 I was lucky to have Sarah, my 28 year old daughter, visit for the weekend and while she was here I read a story in the paper titled ‘Like mother, like daughter? Three women compare their life with that of their mum at the same age’. I decided to do a similar story with Sarah and…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Connected (with technology)

This week, show us how two (or more) things — people, objects, places — come together. The photo isn’t the best but it was taken last night when two of my daughters were together in England and made a late night (our time) Face Time call to home.  It was such fun to see them together and interact and connect…

Silly season take 2

Here’s a bit of silly season fun I thought I’d share with you all. My (grown-up) daughters didn’t know what to think! I was worried after my previous silly season post that I might have been thought to be turning into a grumpy old woman but I think this proves I’m definitely not there yet…unless I’m going a bit mad…

Why a blog? Day 3 challenge

I have always loved writing and reading.  I think the reason why I started writing a blog is that I love writing down my thoughts.  I’m not that sure if anyone else is interested in reading them but I do like to share. I have always kept a diary I wrote each of my children the story about their birth and their first few…