Sharing time together and the power of ritual, nature and love.
Posted in community garden, garden photography, South East Queensland, Symbolism, Travel
Tagged Decks, garden journal, gratitude, inspiration, memories, nature, serenity, symbolism, together with daughter, walks
We walked the dogs and talked that morning along the Tamar
Posted in daughters, Marine life, Morning, photography, Rivers, Tasmania, travel
Tagged daughters, marine photography, memories, Northern Tasmania, Tamar River, walks
American cruise ships are renowned for their abundance and excess. I don’t mean this in a disparaging way, but merely as a generalised perception of the ingenuity of the American way, However, as we embarked on our first even cruise … Continue reading
Posted in Family history, memories, Ocean photography, photography, Sea cruises, travel
Tagged family history, Fiume, genealogy, memories, ocean cruises, Rijeka, travel writing, Valetta
Hearts – minds – souls: lost. Our own community touched by lives extinguished… senseless.
It was one of those serene and surprising weekends. We were fortunate enough to be able to visit a charming little cottage by the sea. Its owners had kindly allowed us to stay in this place where their own children … Continue reading
Posted in Beach houses, Beach walks, beaches, daughters, gratitude, Marine life, mothers, photography, Seals, wildlife, winter
Tagged beach houses, beaches, furniture, marine life, memories, oceans, photograohy, playtime, seals, surprises, wildlife rangers
Here’s to all mothers, especially those who cannot be with their children…. The view from the back deck embraces the colours of autumn and the sharing of moments.
Posted in Autumnal foliage, Foliage, garden diary, garden photography, Maples, mothers day, mountain homes, photography
Tagged back decks., bouquets, Gardens, hopes, hues of autumn, lunches, maples, memories, Mother's Day, photography, reflection, roses, sharing, table settings
As we return to Term 3, I am always grateful that we are able to get away from work – both at home and school. It always seems that school work is like house work – sometimes appreciated, greatly needed … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, Australia, climate, food, letter boxes, memorabilia, memories, mothers, photography, Queensland Homes, South East Queensland, travel, vintage, winter, World Expo
Tagged Banyan tree, entertainment, events, Food, Letter boxes, memories, Moreton Bay Fig, photography, Queensland Homes, renovation, statistics, World Expo 88