After many days of glorious sunshine, this morning was a little overcast with a very slight drizzle – the sort … More
Wordless Wednesday: Trees
For today’s Wordless Wednesday, trees from two walks in the Botanic Gardens. Don’t you love the little face in the … More
This week’s small pleasures #233
The past week seems to have drifted by, with sunshine, rain and a little wind, heralding the last days of summer and the start of autumn. I have already seen feijoas for sale.
Six on Saturday 11.04.20
How is everyone doing out there? New Zealand is still in lockdown, and we are getting used to living in … More
Mindlessly frittering away
What is nicer than taking a day off work in the middle of the week, when everyone else is at … More
Wordless Wednesday: Signs
For Wordless Wednesday, here are six random signs, some taken ages ago, some more recently.
This week’s small pleasures #122
It’s Monday, it’s time for this week’s small pleasures. It is a lovely hot summer evening, we are well fed … More
In Wildness is the preservation of the World
The days around Christmas and New Year are, if you are on holiday like we are, a chance to go those places that at weekends get forgotten in the piles of ironing, grocery shopping and laundry.
Six on Saturday
I hope you have all had an excellent Christmas. We did, spending time with friends, eating a lot, having a long Skype chat to family in the US and generally pottering about reading, doing puzzles and forgetting what day it is. I do, however, know it is Saturday, so here I am for the last Six on Saturday for 2018.
This week’s small pleasures #81
So here we are again with a round up of this week’s small pleasures.