Extract from Dabelle's diary - Wednesday 3rd October Hi there, folks. It's been a long whole since Debbie let me write something for her blog. But finally, she thought I had something groovy to share with you! Like Debbie, I have been in Africa most of my life. Now that I am here in England, … Continue reading Dabelle’s Diary – Autumnal fun
About a month ago I went to the woods for a walk, taking only my phone with me. As I wandered through the darker, damper places I stumbled upon the biggest assortment of mushrooms I've ever seen (yes, I've been in South Africa for so long, and we don't have a lot of damp, dark … Continue reading Wow – wild fungi love!
The earth around the lake is covered in a profusion of white feathers, like a smattering of summer snow. What are the odds of finding on blue feather in all these white ones, let alone three?
Flowers catch my attention as they transition from one state to another.
It wasn't a very hot day today but the bees were out in full force. And busy as only bees can be. The plant by the fence was "BEE CENTRAL" How on earth do those tiny flowers provide nectar for such fat bees? Incoming!I'm off! When you think about it, bees do look comical when … Continue reading A hive of spring activity
I like to think of my blog as a living, breathing thing. As such, it needs to reflect the changes and adjustments that are going on in my life. The overall focus remains the same: to share the small things that elevate the day from the ordinary to the extraordinary. But, as my life changes, so my writing changes and what I write about changes to some extent.
The latest installment of photos for my September of Everyday Delights - week 3
Week Two - it 'feels' more spring-like this week. The sky is blue with scuttling clouds, the birds are hyperactive and the plants are having growth spurts. Is it any wonder that my shots for this week include many of these things?
Another in my occasional six word story series, this time about crispy autumn leaves