Stories that windows tell

Stained glass windows in churches often portray religious stories or well-known figures such as archangels, saints and so on. But I believe that the everyday, common windows around us have stories of their own - intentional or unintentional. A window can 'tell' its story in so many ways: through the items placed on their sills, what … Continue reading Stories that windows tell

Travel theme: Steps

Stairs and steps - is there a difference?

Venturing into “Share your world”

I came across Cee's "Share Your World" challenge this week - I cannot believe I haven't found it before. So I shall give it a go.

Wondering how, why and at…

(noun) a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable (verb) feel admiration and amazement; marvel In the past, I have written about wonder in connection with saving our planet - a big ask, I know! But how can we inspire our generation of technological children to appreciate the wonder of … Continue reading Wondering how, why and at…

Wanton “wabbing”

Hahaha! Different to the wabbing I did last week!

Wabbing

"WAB" / "WABBING" (noun) Work Avoidance Behaviour, or as I'm calling it now, "Writing Avoidance Behaviour" (verb) behaviour that avoids work, or in this case writing!

September change: 100 days of writing

Should I do another 100-day challenge? For the last two Septembers, I’ve begun similar challenges, linking my photo project with blog writing and focussing on a 100 Happy Days challenge. As my birthday month, I’ve come to realise that September is always a time of change for me - I often start new things like new journals and new projects, look for new homes and move house and in September.