Bees are metaphors for my life as it is today.
Week One of my new big adventure. Settling into my space
Leaving tribes and re-joining another. Part of my Transitions series
Transitions: my gradual key shedding metaphorically represents my dwindling responsibilities as I tie up life here
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
Cee's Share Your World Challenge for the 12th March prompt: If a distant uncle dies and you were always his favourite and leaves you $50,000 (any currency) in his will, what would you do? I would use it for two things: one to pay for some of my "self-funded sabbatical" and use a larger chunk to go towards building my "Hivehaus" in the UK.
If you were to move and your home came fully furnished with everything you ever wanted, list at least three things from your old house you wish to retain? An interesting question and very pertinent, as I have just done this and it gives me an opportunity to share.