It’s funny how a break from routine makes a person think, often about that very subject – their routines and and day to day life. My recent trip to England was suddenly able to give me a detached view of things, in particular how blogging has gradually overtaken my life and left a lot less … Continue reading Extended Blogging Break – Until the Spring!
I hung these up when my sister became ill back in 2012. They didn’t save her life, but I think of her every time I look at them. This is the second set, the first ones faded and all became white, so I replaced them last year – she would like that. Continue reading Prayer Flags
The Lizard and the Centipede I usually like to put just one photo up for the challenge, but dinnertime for this lizard was a lengthy process. I was outside with the broom when I disturb a huge centipede which took off down the path and was immediately spotted by a lizard. No, I thought, she … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Dinnertime
Be yourself. Life is precious as it is. All the elements for your happiness are already here. There is no need to run, strive, search or struggle. Just be. Thich Nhat hanh Continue reading No Need for Struggle
An ending and a beginning … … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Biking weather is back with us, and here in the Dordogne there are some great coffee-stops. This is in the tiny village of Limeuil where the Dordogne and the Vézère rivers meet. And the fine looking bike in the foreground is Gandalf the Grey! Continue reading Two-Wheeling Weather!
With a trip to England imminent due to illness in my family I’ll not be blogging for a while. Hope I won’t be away too long, and thanking all of you wonderful blogging buddies for your kind comments. Continue reading Blogging on hold for a while
Ailsa, over at Where’s My Backpack, has invited us to take part in another challenge. Great idea Ailsa! The subject is ‘Summer’ and here’s mine. Summer has barely arrived here in southern France. If you walk through the woods you see that the ferns are only just unfolding; tight little fists unfurling into delicate frond-like … Continue reading The (Unofficial) Photo Challenge: Summer