I'm smitten with this harsh and hot land. Completely in love. Where some people see failure, death and destruction, I see life. I see it in the little trickles of water, in the Shoshan people, in the creosote, mesquite, the
Is it your favourite season? MINE TOO! With precious few sunshiny days left before the winter rains set in, we're taking every chance we have to drive out into the country we love. One of our favourite destinations is the quaint little
These days are my favourite. Loads of work, but so very satisfying. I love teaching the therapy journal at Inspire Health, my wellness centre. I bring in old books, my own journals (plus my own therapy journal which I kept during
Oh what an Earth Day this was. It's miserable and dreary and raining, AND I got stuck at home while Ira the repairman fixed my oven. But I'm happy to report that everything is well and I can bake once more. It's
I went into town to get a sim card for my British phone and to do some shopping today. Usually shopping happens on Wednesdays, because Wednesdays tend to be pretty quiet and there are literally millions of people here
Sundays might be meant for rest and a lie-in, HA, not us! We jumped up first thing and hooned X country to Northhamptonshire and the Santa Pod raceway to be part of the Mini in the Park. So many pretty cars!
Chloe and I seem to have developed a ritual of finding out of the way fabulous places, which usually contain lakes, like last year's treasure. This trip we followed a river off the highway just for fun, then turned right at
It's funny sometimes how a spur of the moment though
You know, I'm one of those persons who knows her art limitations. Really I do. I do but, as you probably suspect, I tend to ignore them. Last week my friend Nadine invited me to take part in a weekend drawing
Those Valentine's day roses were so lovely that I wanted to hang on to them past their indoor prime and so I lay them on the cafe table out in the garden where I could see them from the kitchen.