Not long now before I leave this behind. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #74: Dreaming
I am going to miss this beach. I am going to miss walking on its sand and feeling its cool water wash over my feet. Not long now before we are London bound. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
Captured one evening in Thailand. Dancers about to entertain the crowd. It was a beautiful evening full of delicious food, dancing and music. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #63: Movement
In art, all who have done something other than their predecessors have merited the epithet of revolutionary; and it is they alone who are masters. – Paul Gauguin Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #71: Create
For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday !
Thankful for friends who know I love flowers. Who cover me and my family in prayer. Who take me out for dinner and regale me with stories. Who make me laugh until my sides hurt. They are precious and dearly loved. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #69: Friendship
Frangipanis remind me of warm summer days. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #67: Summer
This came in the mail recently. It’s about a group of young Afghans determined to form a community devoted to peace. “We sound idealistic?” The leader of the community asks in the foreword. “No, we refuse to believe that love is idealistic. Relationships are revolutionary and love their most powerful energy.” It is my contribution […]
I know a little boy. He is not like the others. He likes clapping and stomping his feet. At times during class, he would lie down and stare through the tiny gap between the door and the floor to see the world on the other side. The first time I met him he wouldn’t hold […]
Old suitcases have their charm. My contribution to this week’s Six Word Saturday!
John Olsen is an Australian artist. Born in Newcastle in the 1920s, he should be well into his nineties by now. Olsen’s work, Five Bells, was the first piece of artwork my son recognised and tried to explain to me when we visited the Art Gallery of New South Wales. He was six years old […]
My family. On warm days we would lounge outside on the couch watching television. About another month to go before my husband comes back from his overseas job and we can be together again. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #63: Together