Square Sky December [1]

Roll on chill time! December is a mainly a holiday month for us here in South Africa, when we have our long summer break. Most businesses shut down around the 15th or 22nd and won't open again until the first or second week of January. ¬†The university where I work finishes tomorrow. The first two … Continue reading Square Sky December [1]

Anatomy of a thunderstorm

Recently, as a thunderstorm approached I was around to see how it developed. Of course, I had my camera to capture it.¬†I live on a hill that overlooks the town and have taken a ton of photographs with the tag ‚Äėview from my lounge‚Äô. I am so fortunate to have a stunning view which changes … Continue reading Anatomy of a thunderstorm

On wish-ing and self-care

We are suffering from a severe drought - the dams that feed our small town are at dangerously low levels. In fact so many areas of South Africa are struggling, Cape Town is possibly the worst at the moment. So we have been wishing for rain (and my contribution for¬†One Word Sunday: Wish). And this … Continue reading On wish-ing and self-care

Anticipation: an every day delight!

I love this extract from one of Gretchen Rubin's blog posts in 2007 about anticipation¬†(and one of her more recent posts). "Pleasant anticipation is an important source of happiness; having something to look forward to makes you ‚Äúfeel good‚ÄĚ and may also give an ‚Äúatmosphere of growth‚ÄĚ to your life, because the future seems bright. … Continue reading Anticipation: an every day delight!