Dear 2018, You were supposed to move slower. You weren't supposed to zoom past like 2017. We were supposed to savour each moment and waltz through the days, taking our time as we lived our lives. What happened, 2018? I was at a beach watching the first sunrise of the new year -- your year.... Continue Reading →
I don't know why I did it. There were a lot of people in the city that day. The day's news informed me that some were out there in the morning for that special bargain before the stores even opened. The best part of the visit was an unexpected hello from a salesperson I used... Continue Reading →
A jagged path on top of Mt Wellington/Kunanyi that helps you see the view of Hobart and beyond. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #30: Path
Be the change you want to see in this world. It's a famous quote Gandhi never said. Its message of hope has been plastered on Instagram posts, greeting cards, t-shirts and posters. The phrase has kicked around the globe and done the social media rounds for a while. A made-up quote incorrectly attributed to a Hindu... Continue Reading →
Just a few thank yous to friends who shared our lives this year. Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and a wonderful new year. For Debbie's Six Word Saturday!
We read, watch and listen to the news constantly. His father works in the industry and I need to keep an eye on it for work, so information about the world is always in our home. We could have tried to shield our son from it, but it was nearly impossible. We chose instead to... Continue Reading →
We bought a small tree and put it up in our living room. It now smells of pine. "T. can you please help me with the tinsel?" "Sure mum," he says as he gets up from playing computer games. I am enjoying the pink, gold and white theme this year. For Debbie's Six Word Saturday!
"If you could go on a trip to anywhere in the world where would that be?" I ask my son. It was a sunny afternoon. I was sitting at the table drinking coffee and dreaming of the great time we had in Vanuatu when he was six years old. We saw bright tropical fish as... Continue Reading →
Sometimes rainy days also bring rainbows. Captured this little strip of colour on a walk by the beach some time ago. For Debbie's Six Word Saturday.