I’m just another customer. Sitting on a chair in Starbucks. Drinking my coffee. I’ve just finished shopping for my son’s school lunches for the week. I am waiting for him to finish youth group. It’s Sunday. We left early for church. I served at Sunday school teaching preschoolers that Jesus was a busy man. He […]
Sometimes you just need to stick your tongue out and flash a peace sign! Loving her long pink hair too. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
Round and round and through the flying noodle! We were treated to some kitchen theatre one cold winter evening. The noodles were delicious too! Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #58: Through
The beach at sunrise. It’s one of my great pleasures. There is a group of us who often go for a sunrise walk to greet the weekend. We talk about the people we love. We support each other through the good and not so good stuff. It is a joy to meet up regularly and […]
This is the winner of this year’s national portrait prize, the Archibald. Painted by Tony Costa, it is an ordinary image of a woman, contemporary artist Lindy Lee, mediating. It is unusual because it is the first time a painting with an Asian subject has won the prize since it began in 1921. Via the […]
Taken today! My son and I caught up with some friends and headed to the Bastille Festival in the Rocks. It was a celebration of all things French! Mulled wine on a sunny winter day! For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
Met this little man at the art gallery. He was hanging on a big white wall. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #56: Contrast
My husband has got a job overseas. He will be leaving for three months to work on the news. When conflict and its aftermath hits, when politics shift in a certain direction, my husband will be there to capture those stories and tell the rest of the world. It’s been an opportunity he’s been seeking […]
For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
It’s a bottle of water on my table… My apologies. I ran out of inspiration. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #55: Distorted
I have the privilege of working with an Aboriginal Aunty. Much like my own culture, Aunty is a term of respect bestowed on elders in the community. On Tuesday 18 June, Aunty Kathy invited me to a fancy Reconciliation High Tea at Baabayn Aboriginal Corporation, Mt Druitt. It was an event she helped coordinate. The […]