Today I took a trip into the past. Mum’s house is still vacant, despite her passing over a year ago, but finally preparations are happening in earnest to sell it. Advertisements
If you love a flower don’t pick it up. Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love. So if you love a flower let it be. Love is not about possession. It’s about appreciation. Oslo I love flowers as much as the next girl but I have … More Sea Shells, Love and Letting Go
It’s nearly winter in Melbourne but today, on the second day of May, I got an overwhelming urge to spring clean.
Careful what you wish for. A few days ago, while putting together my post on Solitude I wrote “Sometimes I think I’d be happy living on a deserted island”. I ended up deleting that line but the thought must have stuck. Yesterday the internet was out, the phones were on the blink and I wasn’t … More Cookies, sea salt and a Desert island
I’m on a declutter frenzy. For years I’ve hoarded cards, birthday cards for both myself and the rest of the family, anniversary cards, you name it, I’ve kept it. Sweet memories of occasions celebrated. There were so many of them I thought it was time to start culling. When I looked at the cards all … More Mundane Monday #56 – Culling Cards and Renewed Energy
Last Friday our hot water system broke. Strangely I only realised when hubby got home and in the shower he called out “Hey Miri, what’s happened to all the hot water?” Seems that the universe is at play again. Or is everything just reaching it’s use by date? Less than two months ago our air conditioner … More Hot Water Blues