The challenge this week was to ‘show what being alone means to you‘. Not everyone likes to be alone, even for a short time but for me, occasional periods of solitude restore the soul, give me permission to just be for a while and give me time to re-centre myself. These photographs are places I have been solitary … More Solitude
This blog is written by one of my daughter’s who kick-started her blogging again this year. We all went away together last year and, as the photograph shows, Devon is stunningly beautiful. Do check out her blog, I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading it 🙂 To me this photo depicts a peaceful ambience. Taken on holiday … More Peace: by Kashia Rebecca
Hello Readers, It’s been a while since I’ve posted but I hope you all had a great Christmas and that you’re looking forward to the year ahead. We’ve had a tough couple of months as a family during the run up to Christmas. This was made worse by the loss of our dear Aunt Bett, which was of … More Renewing the Mind
I am way behind with my 31 Days of December, but hey-ho! As ever, the wonderful Kurilane is providing some inspiring prompts and today (7th) is no exception. It has however, faced me with a personal challenge. Kurilane’s post on forgiveness is worth reading, it is far more eloquent and gracious than this is likely to … More French Hens & Turtle Doves: Dec 7th Forgiveness
In the immediacy of our present world where everything has to be done NOW, if possible even sooner, we find ourselves rushing from here to there at breakneck speed; one task overlaps another as we try and fit an impossible workload into the available hours of the day. Hours we cannot increase. Hours we cannot … More Stop! Be still.