pish-posh says . . .we begin cutting our wisdom teeth the first time we bite off more than we can chew
- even after all this time, the sun never says to the earth ... "you owe me"
I invite your comments, anecdotes and observations.
save a lifePumpkin is a darling boy. (4 yrs NSW). He’d make an ideal family companion. He’s good with other dogs, cats and loves cuddles. He'd rather be near you, than kept outdoors. Pumpkin has a thick coat, enjoys/needs regular grooming to look his best. To adopt Pumpkin email firstname.lastname@example.org.
irish blessings to all
- aah . . . pain relief
- ‘most wanted’ mug shots slideshow
- luck of the irish
- she who laughs last
- egyptian vulture
- it’s elementary my dear watson
- chasing the dime
- do the right thing
- nana gaia’s pantry
- talkin ’bout Y generation
- monkey business
- water water everywhere
- probiotic yoghurt
- sand dune cats
- the power of one
- random acts of kindness
- flower-power to the rescue
- marlon’s eagle-eye
- samaritan702′s trump deals
acknowledgementmy thanks to google - to find photographs for articles, i google 'subject' and 'copyright free'
Category Archives: serendipity
Its dusk on Saturday, as I sit beneath a canopy of trees stretching naked limbs that arc beneath an autumn sky, sketching charcoal lace across a pastel rainbow sunset.
It’s early April on a cloudy Sunday afternoon at The Fantastic Plastic Cafe. I‘m tucked under candy-striped awning, in between a lilly-pilly and an umbrella tree,
As Easter approaches, I’m reminded of a fascinating true story behind the word ‘Eternity’ that mysteriously and persistently appeared
Yesterday, I met Mum for a cuppa ‘n chat at The Fantastic Plastic Cafe. She’s seriously
The date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) is cultivated for its edible fruit. This delicious fruit, first cultivated as early as 6000 BC was known as ‘The Food of the Gods’ and revered Continued reading
A blue-sky Valentine’s Day, I’m dateless but not desperate. I’m off to lunch in the city with Marco.
The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) range in tropical lowland forests from south-eastern Mexico to northern Argentina and southern Brazil. Continue reading
molly’s vegan string bean salad recipe: Serves: 6-8 guests. Salad Ingredients: Take – 1 lb fresh green string beans (trimmed), 1 red capsicum (small), 1 yellow capsicum (small), 1/2 cup raw pine nuts, 1 cup of raw cashews (whole) and 1 cup raw macadamia … Continue reading
History has records of Almonds (Prunus amygdalus var. dulcus) or sweet almonds, as far back as biblical days. They were an ingredient in breads served to Egypt’s pharos. Their exact ancestry is unknown, but almonds are thought . . . Continue reading
Eggs are a nutrient-dense superfood containing large amounts of amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Continue reading
Coincidence? Synchronicity? A mischievous universe winked at me – again. Within an hour of each other, my sister and Achielle emailed me this post’s concept.
Need a change of pace/routine. M’brain’s numb. Just need
On arrival at The Fantastic Plastic Cafe, I noticed that the café was wall-to-wall
I emerge from the Art Gallery into a chill Spring sunset and blink rapidly to orientate myself.
It’s 2:50 pm and I’m almost 15 minutes late for class. Although,