What were you doing in September 2000 when the Sydney Olympics were on?
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share your favourite posts, best blogging buddies, good news stories or something you've read. This week we have a special birthday to celebrate and a great book! Hope you can join in.
Crossing the border was an adventure and brought back memories from my childhood.
I happen to think my daughter is a wonder woman! Here are her thoughts on making friends with other mothers in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) as shared with Bliss UK. I'm so proud!
The ordinary can sometimes be extraordinary! Another fun photography challenge - 10 Ordinary Objects.
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.
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!
Men’s health is an important issue even in times of a pandemic. I’ll be taking a break to look after the patient.
April was spent in isolation, self distancing, so when my sister mentioned a photography challenge, the A-Z of Isolation and I was hooked.
I'm a relative new kid on the block in regards to this grandmothering gig, here are my thoughts so far!
A very different ANZAC Day in 2020
A guest post featuring the Queen and I - yes really! Check it out.
Welcome to my temporary neighbourhood for #Lifethisweek
Becoming a Grandma again with a Baby Shower to organise and attend! There's never a dull moment in my world.
Life is always interesting in our family - our granddaughter has now changed to a grandson and we couldn't be happier!
How was your 2019? Here's my annual recap of my blog with some statistics which make for interesting reading.
Another Friday rolls around - so it's time for 3 questions and some F words. How would you sum up your 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 🙂
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.
Taking on new challenges, like driving in city traffic, is just one of my newly acquired skills. Learning about life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has been a real education.