Things My Father Taught Me: Photography

  Perhaps it was because my introvert tendencies mirrored his that my father understood me more than most adults in my younger years. He made sure I took part in as many experiences and activities as possible.  I learned to ride horses, took dancing lessons, enjoyed junior school drama and music lessons. Unfortunately, the bolshy…

Memoir Monday: 1959

By Linda Stewart Yesterday’s post set out the blog plan for 2015.  Today is the first Monday to post an excerpt of my personal history.  If you would like to play along on Mondays and share something from your life, as memoir or reminiscences, you are welcome to post the link to your post in…

#Reverb 14: Love Letter

Today’s prompt and image come from the beautiful Amy Taylor-Kabbaz. I’ve gained so much from her Reconnect program, I’d wholeheartedly recommend it to any mama who needs a little help finding her self again. I’m so thrilled Amy agreed to share her special brand of magic with us here at Reverb. Amy writes: It all starts with kindness.…

#Reverb 14: Shades of Grey

On Day 9 of the Reverb 14 journey Kat McNally writes: “Like most humans, I tend to be a bit black and white in my thinking. I have “good” eating patterns or “bad” ones. I have a “good” day or a “bad” one. I am “good” at keeping on top of domestic tasks, emails, blog posts,…

More Valuable Than Anything Else

The week-long camping gathering was great for re-connecting with friends made at last year’s annual camper trailer gathering at Batlow. This year we met in Glen Innes for a hectic schedule of workshops that ranged from trailer suspension to DreamPot cooking and in between a lot of camping related information sharing opportunities. I passed on…