Today will be an unstructured day - my favourite kind. Having this unstructured day has made me think about all the unstructured time I will have soon. So settle in and let me tell you all about it. It's a long story - this is just the first part!
What kind of people live here? Indulge me for a moment and let’s imagine that the Hobbits, Hobbiton and The Shire are real places. If you knew nothing of the movies or the books, what would you deduce about the Hobbits from looking at the details of where they live? Let me share some images with you to spark the imagination.
Reflections on my first effort in Travel Journalling. Will I do it again?
This is my final post in which I share snippets from my eBook "Documenting a 100 Happy Days project".
I was browsing through a list of writing prompts - looking for inspiration. I came across the one that asks what my superpower would be or what my superhero name would be. Then I remembered that I'd asked my family that same question and written about it a while back, but never posted it. Here's … Continue reading What would your superpower be?
As part of my new daily post themes, this is my first post for my new Monday Musings - ruminations, cogitations, dreams, thoughts and musings about daily life - all the while searching for those hidden Everyday Delights. I love public holidays. They are little oases of space amidst the routine of normal life. Just perfect … Continue reading “Bee-ing”
My weekly "catch up with an old friend over a cup of coffee"
Last week I was inspired by writing a post to share updates "like catching up with an old friend over a cup of coffee". Here's my second go at it.
... I'd order a cappuccino and tell you where the idea came from. I'm doing the WordPress Everyday Inspiration course and day 11 is about sharing updates "like catching up with an old friend over a cup of coffee". Just the most perfect idea! A quick read of some of the bloggers who regularly post under the tag "weekendcoffeeshare" and I was inspired to have a go myself.
I started writing Morning Pages (Julia Cameron) on the 8th December last year, and have written almost every morning since. I started the week before my only son left my home for his own student digs at university, and I really believe they have helped me cope with the loss of his reduced presence in my life.