Loch off the Highway

So often on road trips we drive past the same exit, repeatedly, without questioning what could be there. We’re so focused on our destination that we miss little gems. However, on our way home from Yanakie and Wilsons Prom recently, in no rush and hankering for a coffee, we decided to detour into the tiny … More Loch off the Highway

It’s Play time

It’s time to release those strings that bind free the limitations let your inner child play feel your senses come alive and embrace all that you are. I hadn’t played my guitar for ages. It stood neglected and broken stringed. Finally the other night, all fixed, I picked it up and played the first thing … More It’s Play time

A Deadly Text

As most of you know I’m often on the road travelling, so the subject I’m about to write about, though darker than usual, is particularly relevant and important. A few days ago I received a phone call from my 20yo daughter who’s living and working in the High Country of Victoria. She’d just arrived home … More A Deadly Text

Halfway mark at Nhill

Believe that you can and you’re half way there. Theodore Roosevelt. A good road trip, like life, sometimes means meeting half way. Nhill (near Horsham) is exactly half way between Adelaide and Melbourne on the Western Highway, halfway between where I live and where fellow freelance Aussie writer and blogger Glenys Gelzinis lives. I started … More Halfway mark at Nhill

Guest post: A Momma’s View – Memories last forever

I’m delighted to welcome Sandra from A Momma’s View to my blog. I connected with her early in my blogging journey and warmed to her style of writing, her down to earth conversational topics and her many and varied posts. Sandra writes about different aspects of expat life however she also shares inspirational quotes, heartwarming … More Guest post: A Momma’s View – Memories last forever