A cockatoo on the roof of my in-law’s caravan. As bold as you please. I guess we were intruding on its space!
“Why do you write?” The writing prompt sat in my email inbox for a while. I looked at it and closed it. Looked at it again, and decided it was too hard to answer. I’m not sure why I write. Some famous writer once said there was nothing to it. You just had to sit […]
Taken on one of my early morning walks some time ago. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
Two round faces on the wall. We were at an Aleks Danko exhibition some years ago at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The image was taken on my phone and edited using Hipstamatic. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #12: Round
My son is in his final year at primary school. He is a solid, average student. He isn’t the highest achiever in his class and has had some intensive academic support at school to keep him in the middle. His local public school is not as well resourced as the expensive private schools, but I […]
It was yum! For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
One giant painting of a man with a bird cage. Found on one of our walks around our neighbourhood. Taken on the phone and edited using Hipstamatic. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #11: One
Thank you. That’s what I’d say. It mustn’t be easy being in the hot seat. To feel the weight of responsibility to preach the Gospel. To make a public stand for God. Only to be torn down by Christians and non-Christians alike. In a world where there is opposition to the message of love and […]
I cheated a little with “CBD”… Shot on the iPhone and edited with Hipstamatic. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
The room full of colourful sticks was found at the Questacon in Canberra. It’s a museum filled with science inspired activities. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #10: Lines
I was asked to attend a Civic Leaders meeting recently for a colleague who could not make it. It was in Auburn and held after hours. I could not get someone to look after my son in time. I left early to pick him up and he came with me. It was an important meeting. […]
It seems like the practice of making a wish on a dandelion was around since the 1800s. Young women believed that if all the seeds flew away after they blew on it, the object of their affections will return their feelings. If seeds remained, that’s it. They either had second thoughts, or didn’t even think […]