Showing posts from November, 2021

81 days to Antarctica..."What's My Scene" Hoodoo Gurus

  Approximately eight   minutes reading time   "If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other." Mother Teresa   Hello! I hope that you are well and that your week has been a good one. I cannot believe how quickly the weeks are rolling by. Thank you for joining me. It’s only twenty seven days until Christmas and thirty three days until 2022. Oh my! Although we have returned to Wintertime which is expected to continue until mid-December at least, we are enjoying the glorious scents of Spring and the beautiful, colourful gardens whenever possible. During the breaks in the rainstorms and gale force winds most days, we have enjoyed our long and splendid walks which invigorate both Schrodie and myself. We manage daily adventures of some kind. For these joys and almost daily delights we remain ever grateful. “What’s My Scene” one of the biggest hits by the Australian 80’s Rock Band Hoodoo Gurus is this weeks ‘Song of the Week’.

88 days to Antarctica..."I Love Rock n' Roll" Joan Jet & The Blackhearts

  Approximately twenty one minutes reading time   “Enjoy life. There’s plenty of time to be dead.”  ― Hans Christian Andersen Hello! I hope that your week has been a good one and that you are happy and well. So quickly, Sunday has arrived. Christmas looms as does 2022. In thirty four days it’s Christmas and only forty days until 2022. Winter time has stayed with us as we are drenched and cold for another week. The sunshine has been intermittent, bright, joyful and warming. Warming when there is no freezing cold wind with long icy fingers gripping us and cutting through us. The fierce and icy winds are relentless and mostly counter the sunshine but not completely. Our Springtime air is so sweet and fragrant making it almost impossible to be unhappy. Perfume and nectar filled gardens are heavenly and constant, everywhere. These are a gift from the gods, to be sure. I grew up loving Hans Christian Anderson, his wonderful Storytelling and his Stories. Hans Christian Anderson’s wo