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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Spring has sprung in Sardegna this weekend. With temperature lows of 10c and highs of 30c. The flowers are blooming and their scent floats in the warm air this weekend; a new season is sprouting. Mating Season. The cows are howling, the cats are going crazy and the … Continue reading
I’d like to introduce you to another wicked woman blogger, she is why I began to blog. I’ve known her for many years and we have drunk down many a Guinness together even leaving the Guinness draft tap running one busy night, … Continue reading
I want to write but I can’t find the words. Heavy dense clouds dance outside the bay windows; playing with my mind, stealing my words. Please enjoy the following pics I took from a recent hike.
WordPress and writing have been but a distant memory this past week. And now I’m back with a brand new attitude. I’ve found with blogging (what do I really know? I’ve been blogging for only a few months) that if you … Continue reading
The summer is almost over but the hot, hot heat lingers on. There’s a blue haze in the sky and the ocean does not move. Floppy & Shatzy have not come out of their house all morning, like I, … Continue reading
She pulls out her note pad, her hand twitching as she wraps her fingers around the cool plastic. “A drink from the bar?” She tugs at her computer swipe card hanging from her white apron; pulling, twisting, unconsciously releasing her … Continue reading
I begin my day like the rest of the world, I open my eyes. I wake up, stretch my arms to my pillow, point my toes toward the bay sliding glass doors, out past the mountain tops, and I plunge my … Continue reading
So you want to give up everything, eh? Move to another country, get a job in a small café in Australia and become a beach bum? It’s easy to do and you don’t need a university degree to do it.