Sloe Aged Flirt

Today, I’m bringing a cheeky little cocktail to Justine’s Tea Time #5. If you haven’t been to Justine’s Tea Time before, come along, see what you might find 😉 Before my birthday cocktail party last year, my friend and I went out to taste-test some cocktails, as you do 🙂 I had been introduced to…

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Depth of Soul

One cannot look deeply into the eyes of an animal and not see the same depth, complexity and feeling we humans lay exclusive claim to – Nan Sea Love. We were wandering around a temple in Chiang Mai this time last year, somewhat separated from our group, when we came across a little collection of ornaments…

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Teaching a Lesson

I had a favourite teacher at school, I was obsessed with his class. It was maths, and then advanced math subjects as well. I was very good at it and he told me so and he told the whole class. I realised that was why I liked him – I functioned very well on praise…

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Express Yourself

For last week’s Weekly Photo Challenge, I thought I would share with you some photos to show you some of the work I did at home over Christmas. I’m so late with this post, considering that this week’s challenge has already been released and I’ve seen some great posts for it! Over the holiday break, I…

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Hope Renewed

This post is in response to Justine’s Story Prompt over at Eclectic Corner. It’s a cool place over there, with various fun challenges and games to get involved in, please check it out and join in. This time, Justine gave us a photo to use as a prompt for a story. I love this photo…

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Colour No Colour

Just a quick post tonight. Thank you everyone for your well wishes. I feel a bit silly for being a sap last night, but also very loved reading all your comments.  I think I have a little bug, and today my voice is fading a little, much to my friends’ amusement. I like these colour…

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Happy Australia Day

  January 26th is Australia Day. It marks the anniversary of settlement in 1788 – the arrival of the First Fleet from Britain into Port Jackson in New South Wales. Australia is a relatively young country. I remember visiting places like Salzburg in Europe and feeling such rich history and heritage there. We don’t have…

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