South Africa: 18th January 2019 Siri fees Lucy the horse and she uses her left hoof to tip the plastic bowl over. She prefers to eat her feed of the dusty ground rather than out the bowl. She has been whinnying in grief most of the night. Yesterday, her companion, Gypsy drifted off to horse … Continue reading Transitions: Experiencing Africa as Africa
Another post for a December challenge to post square images related to the theme of 'time'. I'm going for clocks!
Have you ever read a book that you come back to again and again? "Simple Abundance: A daybook of comfort and joy" by Sarah Ban Breathnach (pronounced “Bon Brannock”) is the non-fiction book that I return to over and over again. Read about my relationship to this comforting book.
It's ages since I did this challenge! I don't often manage to post in time for many of the daily challenges, but today, I not only have a photo, but I'm also in time - yay! This is for One Word Sunday and this week's theme is monochrome. It thought I'd share a shot I … Continue reading One Word Sunday: Blinding
Welcome to my Living Joyfully series. This week, a recipe of a different kind.
Collections of things. Stuff - mental, emotional and physical. Don't you find that there is just too much of it? Why do we keep stuff? Big questions that I won't address here. But I want to share some stories about a particular pile of 'stuff' that I've kept for over 35 years. When I packed … Continue reading A plan is forming
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.
A post for Becky's square roofs June challenge.
Join Dabelle as she enters the final days of the "Blogging from A to Z" challenge for April.
Dabelle is over half way in the April "Blogging from A to Z" challenge and is on a quest to understand some South African English words. Although today, she is terribly confused. Has the Earth been invaded by robots?