Thinking about tulips in response to
A few months ago I was travelling across Australia and managed to make it to two different tulip and garden festivals Living in tropical Queensland , see tulips en masse was a delight to my senses.
These were taken at the Araluen Festival in Roleystone , my old home town ❤️❤️🌹🌷
This will be the first of my redirected posts coming from my blog Get Your Lens On … Letting the Light in … One Frame at a Time
Content will be less about the local area and more about my relationship with health and mindfulness and how our local environment interacts with these concepts. This feed may be interspersed with direct posts done locally and inspired by sudden bursts of passion about the Sunshine Coast ❤
via Blogging: Fundamentals
After stumbling around in the dark, literally as I find myself awake late at night trying to navigate both WordPress and a new iPad !, I feel a victory in the wind!
Like magic , the help of The Daily Post has suddenly reappeared 🙏🏻😎 so hopefully my late night ramblings will lead to interesting and entertaining posts that will help to grow my brain and my audience
I tried to levitate immediately…and failed
Today, I need to remind myself I can still laugh, even with dementia… and that it is not alway a miserable experience.
Source: Reminder to self: I sometimes do laugh with dementia…
Please enjoy this wonderful interview with the irrepressible Kate Swaffer
and wake up to the realities of dementia , not just as you may know it
I took this image especially for the challenge this week on Cees fun Photo challenge – a sense of taste
As I was having fun slicing and placing such colourful food, I decided it would be nice to set the dish among my herbs in the garden to add to the sense of taste theme …. imagine my surprise when a beautiful little Lady Bug decided to taste as well !!!