I have been following Moons' blog, Bits and Pieces for some time now and read her post on a traditional form of Chai style tea that originated from Calcutta, as well as the beautiful traditions that surround this drink and its preparation. She's challenged the blogging community to write about a drink that is a … Continue reading Cook Eat Repeat Challenge – Healthy Breakfast Eggnog
So you want a Christmas down under, you say? Are you ready for it?
It may not be a Sunday for a Sunday still, but nevertheless, it is Holiday decorations! Whilst touring New Zealand, I was invited to Diane's house in Wellington, which, I have to say, was like walking into a Department's store, albeit without price tags. She LOVES Christmas decorating and had no less than 15 trees in her house. It was beautifully done, and tasteful, but bordered just a tad on the obsessive! But what a nice obsession! Dianne collects a gold coin donation from those who visit and the money raised is solely for charity. So it's all for a good cause.
What is the soul? Can you define what it means to you in secular terms?
Is your democratic vote important to you? Or are you prepared to throw it away?
Anzac is a legend, a spirit and it grows each and every year.
We are all creatives here at the blogging world. As Manja recently commented, posts can be stories, and stories are creative. But today I would like to post some creativity of my own. I never considered myself a creative sort, that is until I discovered a very old decorative art form from Norway, called Rosemaling … Continue reading Lens Artists – Creativity
If you could save two items to represent your life at this moment in time, to place in a museum of the future, what would they be?