Many a pancake has been made. Many a word has been explained. Many a new word has been learnt. Many a song has been heard. Many a fly has flown by. Some amazing stars and sunsets have been seen. Interesting moon shapes and colours have been enjoyed. Waterfall pools have been swum. Baby Joey's have … Continue reading A Last Field of Zucchini Has Been Walked…
A red full moon spied in Batchelor, Katherine's equivalent is orange! Spending a lot of time this week looking at the sky, some through a telescope, I have gained a new respect for the moon. Waiting later every night to marvel at this phenomenon, I learnt that the moon appears approximately fifty minutes later every … Continue reading Jelly Beans, Maps and On The Road to Alice Springs
Troubled, I woke up to a particularly unhappy mood. Persisting until late afternoon, the girls, knowing me well after only week, they could tell I had lost my happy 'jelly beans'. With an 'are you ok' there were some tears and a particularly good offered German hug. Jane's cure for such situations: a tuna sandwich, … Continue reading Dumplings, Tweedle Dee and Shared Linguistics
This week I have been writing...! With actual pen and paper. About my surroundings. Not for my journal or my blog. I am a little surprised by this turn of events! But I like it. Inspiration literally arrived after I posted my last blog post and has stayed with me... Every day as I walk … Continue reading Musical Lexicons and Devilled Eggs
My third blog by mobile, I hope it is looking ok. Squash picking at sunrise and sunset, playing my 'unplayed' playlist on my iPod, it seems to know just what sort of mood I am in. An eclectic, chilled out mix, I am able to sing or hum along whilst everyone else plays their own … Continue reading There’s Something about Edith!
My legs are a mess. I must have at least twenty bites on them. Some mozzies, I'm not sure of the rest. Vigilant in my application of bug spray in Batchelor, Darwin's cityscape has not been so kind. I hope they don't scar. Travelling south by bus, I watch the landscape out my window. Red … Continue reading Squashing Katherine