We’re not in Kansas any more, Toto . . .

We went to Ged’s parents for Christmas Day.  I wanted to leave at tea time but Ged was revelling in the bosom of his blood family and we we ended up staying after supper.  There were storms brewing all day …
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The Magic & Beauty of the Australian Bush

Ged always says I drive around with my eyes closed!  I say that of him too.  It does seem that we all have selective vision as we traverse through our lives.  I have been in love with the Australian Bush …
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Experience abundance – plant a veggie patch!

So many of us are trapped in our poverty consciousness – strapped to the relentless wheel of working for the man, paying off our loans, credit cards and mortgage, and never seeming to make headway in our consumer culture. We …
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Planting roots

It’s so good to be home, even though Mischa has left a hole in our hearts and a huge vacuum in our house.  It feels so empty without her.  Phee has his moments where he revels in being the spoilt …
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Chopping down and planting trees

We are back into clearing and renovating mode! We spent the weekend clearing out my side of the garage and putting up infrastructure in my side of the garage so I can sort out all my horsey stuff.  Order has …
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Angle Creek and Cupboard Space

George had always told me that where I could see the vertical rock overhang in the middle of the property that there was a beautiful oasis with wild orchids and I had put it on my ‘to be discovered one …
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Working with Mother Nature – admiring her beauty and abundance, taming her (or trying to), planting, harvesting, weeding etc.,

We’re not in Kansas any more, Toto . . .

We went to Ged’s parents for Christmas Day.  I wanted to leave at tea time but Ged was revelling in the bosom of his blood family and we we ended up staying after supper.  There were storms brewing all day …
Read full post

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The Magic & Beauty of the Australian Bush

Ged always says I drive around with my eyes closed!  I say that of him too.  It does seem that we all have selective vision as we traverse through our lives.  I have been in love with the Australian Bush …
Read full post

Posted in Everyday Miracles, Nature - Wild & Tamed | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Experience abundance – plant a veggie patch!

So many of us are trapped in our poverty consciousness – strapped to the relentless wheel of working for the man, paying off our loans, credit cards and mortgage, and never seeming to make headway in our consumer culture. We …
Read full post

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Planting roots

It’s so good to be home, even though Mischa has left a hole in our hearts and a huge vacuum in our house.  It feels so empty without her.  Phee has his moments where he revels in being the spoilt …
Read full post

Posted in Life Matters, Nature - Wild & Tamed | Leave a comment

Chopping down and planting trees

We are back into clearing and renovating mode! We spent the weekend clearing out my side of the garage and putting up infrastructure in my side of the garage so I can sort out all my horsey stuff.  Order has …
Read full post

Posted in Nature - Wild & Tamed | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Angle Creek and Cupboard Space

George had always told me that where I could see the vertical rock overhang in the middle of the property that there was a beautiful oasis with wild orchids and I had put it on my ‘to be discovered one …
Read full post

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