Freedom in these special times! How do you see freedom? #SundayStills
One of the best experiences I've ever had is watching the sun rise, and set, over Uluru. #SundayStills
April was a month of staying at home. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month.
Views from isolation make for some eerily beautiful images.
March was a month like no other wasn't it? The world seems to have gone mad. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month.
I always enjoy being a guest blogger and today I'm in good company over at Travel Tales of Life, sharing views on how COVID-19 has impacted on my life in Tumbarumba.
Welcome to my temporary neighbourhood for #Lifethisweek
Here's my list of 12 things I plan to do before turning 60. And why I didn't go for 60 things 🙂
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.
We're watching and waiting for news of our home town from over 17000km away - and it's hard going!
Another not-so Wordless Wednesday, more like ‘Where in the World’ Wednesday!!
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?
What does being chilled mean to you? I'm taking it literally this week for Sunday Stills.
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!
A travel quiz with a difference. How does your partner see you as a travelling companion? An interesting exercise!
Feelings of discombobulation are rampant as I realise I've experienced every season over the past 4 weeks. It's a favourite word of mine too 🙂
I'm a Globetrotting Granny - here are some random thoughts from my recent month away. I'm easing my way back into blogging.
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.