What do they call middle age now? I think I’ll look it up….
noun: middle age
the period after early adulthood and before old age, about 45 to 65.
Well that’s a relief, I thought I was past it! Looks like I’ve still got some time to go. Whew!
According to quite a few of my friends and family, I’m now officially old and ailing quickly.
Thank goodness for Google to pick me up and put me back on my feet. Continue reading
I’ve mentioned before that we sometimes go to watch our grandchildren play sport. The other weekend, we watched the girls play netball and our grandson played soccer (or football to those of you in the UK).
Often, their games clash and we can only watch one or the other, however this times the planets all aligned and we watched the girls play each other and then a short time later, was the boy’s soccer match. Continue reading
I’m pretty hit and miss with these because it depends upon the type of week that I am having and how busy I am whether I remember to send a photo to Leanne for her Monochrome Madness challenge. This week I have left it to the last minute. *oops*
Last weekend, we went road tripping with friends of ours just over the border and into Northern NSW. I took this photo late Saturday afternoon in the town of Lismore. The shops were all closed and the town was pretty quiet when we wandered around. Continue reading
It’s Wednesday again, and that means that Monochrome Madness is once again on Leanne Cole’s blog.
I’m a little intermittent with my participation but when I remember, then I do try to send a photo to Leanne for inclusion in the challenge. Continue reading
This is one from my archives for Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness challenge this week.
This photo was taken almost a year ago now when we took our holiday south to Sydney. Continue reading
I saw the Sunday Stills challenge this week (that in itself was a challenge as my email was playing silly buggers and downloading and re-downloading on an endless loop) and thought “Aha! Babies, I can do”. lol
Being the proud mother and grandmother that I am, I have photos of babies running through my veins. Continue reading
As I put in my email to Leanne Cole when I sent this for the Monochrome Madness challenge “don’t fall off your chair”.
Another thing to fall by the wayside (along with blogging) has been my photography. Sure, I’ve taken a few photos of the seniors to include in the newsletters and things for the centre but I haven’t actually taken my camera out with the sole purpose of taking photos. Continue reading