The Friday Recliner went the way of the birds this week. As I've said before, sometimes I take my own advise and choose rest over pushing through, so Friday night I took cakes home in celebration of the end of the working week, cleaned up my tip of a kitchen, which was actually quite relaxing, … Continue reading Sunday Drive
Here's the length and breadth and height and depth of my wisdom at present on how to live life when time seems short but things to do are relentlessly plentiful. Do one thing at a time. One thing at a time and I seem to get as much done as when I'm trying to spread myself between seven things all at once. Heres how it works.
Joining up today with Photalife for #MySundayPhoto. Just one photo and a few words. A bit of a change from my wordier posts - part of my push this year to write simply from my heart without over censuring or overthinking and to go ahead and just try a few new things. Taken at Mollymook on the NSW South Coast, … Continue reading #MySundayPhoto – The Heat of the Moment
Written words can also sing - Ngugi Thiong'o Now its no secret I like words and lots of them The written word over the spoken word any old day if I had to choose, if push came to shove. And January, as always, had me wading through a lovely sea of them. Theres all those new year … Continue reading Holiday Word Play (and Other Good Reads)
For I will satisfy the weary soul, and every languishing soul I will replenish.” Jeremiah 31:25 Weary, languishing? I think we’re all feeling it about this time of the year and Christmas!! Ugh I feel tired just thinking about it. I know I'm not meant to say that out loud, I do love it, but goodness … Continue reading One For The Weary
Five Minute Friday = prompt word, five minutes, just write. This weeks prompt word: JOY – – – weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning. Psalm 30:5 For years it wasn't a word in my vocabulary. Not that I was unhappy all the time but "joy" - a feeling of … Continue reading Five Minute Friday – Joy