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 […]
Met this little man at the art gallery. He was hanging on a big white wall. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #56: Contrast
For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
It was a long flight. I can always tell by the number of inflight movies I end up watching before we touch down. This was about a three movie and one documentary trip. We spent a wonderful week in Hawaii with my parents and my brother’s family. The sky was blue. The sea was warm. […]
I was asked recently to share my experience of volunteering. And it led me to this post. I have never been politically active. I was always happy to stay in my lane. But when the Government cut Support Services to people who had no country, no home, traumatised by conflict and persecution, my heart broke. […]
For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
Only the good stuff today. I was flicking through a book of writing prompts by the Daily Post a couple of weeks ago. I hit the prompt for March 28 and I stopped. It asked: We cry for lots of reasons: sadness, pain, fear…and happiness. When was the last time you shed tears of joy? […]