Monthly Archives: September 2014

Lunchtime teleporting

Today at lunchtime I travelled to Pambula River. It might have been 576 km away by car, but I was there for 20 short minutes, basking in the warmth and sunshine. Today’s mindfulness session at work asked us to use … Continue reading

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Another day amongst the daffodils

Originally posted on Things I have learnt today:
Chemo week and my fourth day of sitting on the verandah in the late winter sun watching the daffodils in full bloom.  I can also see them from lying in my bed…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Adventure

All 5 weeks of our vacation around Europe and Singapore were an adventure, but the craziest night was the night of my birthday. The dinner cruise finished after 11pm but we decided it would be fun to get a night-time … Continue reading

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