You taught me love is everywhere you taught me not to judge you taught me to be true to myself and never to begrudge. You taught me to be honest to always look for good to accept other people beyond our neighborhood. You taught me responsibility and to always do my best that … More Remembering Mum
It’s nearly winter in Melbourne but today, on the second day of May, I got an overwhelming urge to spring clean.
Who would have thought raising such a little lamb would have such a big impact. She came into our life at barely two weeks of age, after being abandoned by her mother. I blogged about her here when she arrived.
I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on the past lately so when I saw the latest theme for The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgia I knew it was a perfect chance for a trip down memory lane. And to share a bit more of my world. Here’s my family from a few years … More A Nostalgic trip back in time
Yesterday, on one of the saddest days of my life, I found a world of beauty. Yesterday winter disappeared for the day and the sun shone brighter and warmer than it has in months. The flowers on the trees appeared in full bloom, the birds seemed to sing brighter and the floral sweet scents of imminent spring filled the air. … More Love and Rememberance
When I saw this weeks Daily Post Photo Challenge on Admiration I knew straight away who I would write about – my mum. My regular readers will know her story through The Longest Goodbye but for those who don’t know, my mum went into hospital a year ago for brain surgery and basically was never … More WPC: Admiration – for my mum
Boy, do Argentinians know how to party! Last Saturday my neighbors of 20 plus years threw a party to celebrate their combined birthdays: two 50s, a 21st and an 18th all this year. Add them all together and you get a 139 Festival to celebrate Milestone Birthdays. Over the years we’ve been to a few … More Party time at the 139 Festival