I had/have this crazy idea that I would spend a bit of time this winter doing “homework”. It seems there is a plethora of it this winter but I am quite certain spring will have sprung and I will not have done an ounce of what I set out to do in regards to this particular list.Continue reading “Waiting is for the Birds”
It finally hit me. I’ve rolled several options around my head for the last few weeks and then boom. The word I was looking for was right in front of me! Like literally, every time I climbed the stairs up to my creative space.Continue reading “Inspire (d)”
It’s my new thing; 100 percent ownership. It used to be a job we split but not now.Continue reading “My New Thing”
Not gonna lie – I’m a fan of country and western. The lyrics of one spoke to me this week and crystalized the way forward (maybe…).Continue reading “And just go”
In hindsight it seems like an interesting word that I was drawn to late last year. In essence it seems simple. Re-balance. Balance again or restore to the correct balance. Right? Sounds simple. Move a few things around to shift the load so to speak.Continue reading “Rebalancing 2020”
Today is the conclusion of the kindness advent calendar. A successful year of spreading kindness and bringing joy to others (and hence myself). A special thanks, once again, to my friend Janice for the nudge.Continue reading “Final …”
Thanks to blogger friend Allan over @ photoblography3.and a new reader Marie @ hopsskipsandjumps for this #10day10photo challenge.
The travel challenge involves posting one favourite travel picture for each day – That’s 10 days, 10 travel pictures, 10 nominations (doubt I can do that as I don’t really have 10 bloggers in my life that would be interested so think I will just tag 1 on my final day) and 0 explanations about the post.
If there is any interest I then reveal the location and perhaps a story the next day. Although doing the kindness advent activity daily blog at the same time means I am spending way too much time on WordPress and my phone.
DAY VIER (Portugese)
We did a 6 day bike trip along the western coast and the scenery was constantly stunning. This shot was taken on the first day after a morning spent climbing and descending and repeating. Probably at the point this photo was taken we were wondering what we had done! The chance to see the terrain up close and personal while burning enough calories to eat and drink whatever we wanted to! This particular photo is between Setubal and Sesimbra near a beach that made us want to tarry all day!