Coming Full Circle

It’s not very often I write a blog post about food but last night in my kitchen everywhere I looked I saw food in circles. And I thought it was so apt for Frank’s Tuesday Challenge: Circle that this post is the result. Everything comes full circle. Let me elaborate.

Signs by the Sea

Happy new year everyone. As I write this we’re camped at Yanakie, one of my favourite seaside spots. It’s been an unexpected mini summer break. Barely three days ago I rang and was told there was a vacancy, on the exact days I wanted. I took this as a good sign. On the way to … More Signs by the Sea

2017 Favourites 

“Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” That quote from Forrest Gump is so apt for this post as, just like a box of Favorites, the year has been (though mostly good) a mixed one. For the current WPC: Favourites theme, here’s a condensed pictorial look back at the year … More 2017 Favourites 

Finding Peace in a new Perspective – (Almost) Unsalvageable

I love this post of Gabe’s, not because he’s shared my latest animal antics post or creatively remastered my photo of nature’s steps, but because he touches on things that matter to me. The connections we make through our blogging, the way it changes us and the unexpected experiences that open up to us through … More Finding Peace in a new Perspective – (Almost) Unsalvageable

Cheeky Life Lessons

With all of our dramas and flooding issues at home lately, life’s been a bit full on. But enough’s enough!  We all have our hard times so a big step back is sometimes necessary. Time out from the serious stuff where we can take a few deep breaths and focus on something lighter. What better … More Cheeky Life Lessons

Serene and Safe

It’s been a challenging weekend to say the least. Unrelenting rain in Melbourne, extensive flooding inside, saturated carpet, a punctured tyre, ripped couches and naughty dogs have tested my endurance. BUT, believe it or not, amidst all this mayhem is a feeling of acceptance and quiet peace. Okay, I’ll admit, initially I wasn’t so calm … More Serene and Safe