Taking some time out this weekend. If replies are delayed, hold tight. I'll be back in a jiffy. Nuff said... Something to Ponder About
As some of you may know, I am preparing for the next stage of my life. Retirement from work. It is a few years off yet, however I do like to be prepared. To this end, we are building a future home at the beach. A new home means a new blog called A Home… Continue reading My New Blog – Seachange.home.blog
I often complain about the weather here, particularly in summer, however, this morning was so delightful I would like to share a photo or two of my morning walk. The mist was rising off the football field, not a cloud in the sky, a gently zephyr and a very pleasant 13 degrees - ( NOTE:… Continue reading Morning Walk
Some people know I'm preparing for a seachange; I'm 'pulling up stumps,' as they say, in the suburbs, and have already moved, in the interim, to a trendy townhouse in the inner city's dress circle. What is it like, you might ask? Think Gourmet ice cream and Vegan eateries, Sushi Trains on many a corner,… Continue reading The Downside to Hipster Living
We have been waiting for the local authorities to approve the building of our retirement home by the sea. We didn't want to have any issues with the approvals. So:- We researched, we planned. We read. We asked Questions. Plans were drawn. Colour selections made. After changing my mind a hundred times adding and deleting… Continue reading We have the Go Ahead
It was just too tempting not to join in again this week with Friendly Friday, given this stunning example of coral ish colour just outside my door. thesnowmeltssomewhere.wordpress.com/2019/01/25/friendly-friday-coral-colors/ Join in with Snow this week. At the above link Next week Something to Ponder About will host Friendly Friday with a new prompt.
A daily challenge of Unusual is a great opportunity to showcase weird photos.
What is better than a boring grey steel box? A bright colourful one, of course! It might be a little distracting to drivers, but when sitting waiting for the traffic lights to change at an intersection, it chases away the boredom.
Ever heard of Rosella Jam? Possibly not, unless you are Australian? So what is it, you say? Only the best preserve known to man! Known more to our grandparent's generation as Rosella, the Queensland Jam Plant is a native of Africa and Asia, yet has become such an iconic part of Aussie folklore, Rosella Jam is… Continue reading Money for Jam – How to Make Rosella Jam
Xanthostemon chrysanthus are stunning native Australian flowers in bloom this month.