I am a people watcher,life observer, nature lover, spiritual seeker loving this crazy wild ride that life is taking me on. I am still a blank piece of paper waiting to be filled and that is good.
Tags I’ve used most often.anxiety art Australia Australian outback beauty Blogging camping cats children Christmas crafts creativity Cruises culture daughters death diet doctors dogs dreams driving embarrassing family fear Fear of flying getting older Ghosts grandchildren happiness health hormones humanity humour Husbands imagination insomnia inspiration Kids Life life experiences life journeys Love Manila marriage memories mixed media mothers Music nature New York paranormal parenting parents people perimenopause Pets Philippines photography photoshop raising children scenery school Shopping sleep society songwriting spirituality Summer technology teenagers travel unexplained weather weird writing
- I’m making wearable art.
- Wall in progress.
- How my “vagina” caused a furore on the internet.
- From Australia to Austria – the journey begins.
- Some things are just weird.
- Becoming the machine…
- Playing with Barbies.
- Quick trip down memory lane.
- Trip to New Zealand in the snow in a campervan!
- Blood, sweat and bohemian tears.
Blogs I Follow
- Alive & Terrified
- reality sandwiches
- Green lights ahead
- Patricia Steele Raible
- ephemeral gecko by mixy gregory
- Art Inspiration | Inspiration | Art Techniques | Encouragement | Art Supplies
- In the Zone
- Xcetera Photography
- €merald Wake ©
- LEANNE COLE
- Joshi Daniel Photography
- lemanshots - Fine Pictures and Digital Art
- Europe with an edge: bits from the Balkans
- Gotta Find a Home
- A Holistic Journey
- The obvious and hidden
- Pepperbox Couture
- Make Something Mondays!
- Creating Mixed Media Art
- home sweet homemade
- ME and the Boss
- Shabby Chic Addiction
The kinds of things I ramble about....Anxiety Art Arty farty Australia Blogging Children Creativity embarrassing Family Getting older happiness health and well being hormones Humour husbands Life life experiences Marriage memories Music Nature Parenting photography society Spirituality teenagers Travel Uncategorized Weird thoughts and odd stuff writing
Posts of mine that have somehow tickled other peoples fancies.
Tag Archives: Australia
It’s been a while since I blogged here. I’ve decided to revamp this blog as in recent times I have become completely absorbed in all things creative, especially photography, so I suspect that this will evolve into a much more … Continue reading
So we went out yesterday on a little drive through the country side. Classical music playing in the car…beautiful scenery, light conversation between hubby and myself. We ended up in Dungog, which is more than a “little” drive but since … Continue reading
(Photo from ABC news. Don’t know if I’m breaching any copywrite by putting it here 😦 ) I’ve literally spent the past week glued to the news watching all the reports on the fire situation here in NSW. Today was … Continue reading
My daughter, grandson, her partner, his parents have lost their house to the bushfires in the Blue Mountains today. My other daughters best friend, her brother and their father have also lost their home. Not even a brick left they … Continue reading
Oh my! I just heard the weather report and had to go and check my favourite weather site online to make sure, because I’m sure it said it’s going to be 31 degree’s here on the coast tomorrow. That’s ok. … Continue reading
So it seems that my tolerance to temperature has dropped even more. It also seems that this spring and summer is set to bring even hotter temperatures than last year. “It’s gonna be a scorcher!” Oh I am such a … Continue reading
Ok, so this is the last episode of our outback adventures – and I think it’s the funniest. Especially the end. I think by this time we were getting a bit of desert fever or something. Continuing on from the … Continue reading
The next part of our journey took us on the Gunbarrel Highway. Yes, they call this crude corrugated dirt track a “highway”. It took about three days for us to painfully slowly – cross the Gunbarrel and in all that … Continue reading
The other night as my husband and I went on an evening walk with the dog I was lamenting about how memories in the far distant past seemed so much more poignant…Almost as though the experiences we had all those … Continue reading