Tag: wordy women

Day 38

Day 38

​Day 38.   Happy Saturday.   My sister, who often receives comments about how much she looks like my mum, called in for a cuppa this morning before her 6 hour drive home. We sat outside in my garden, literally in my garden bed, on a log in the sun, and drank coffee and chatted about …

+ Read More

Daphne Kapsali

Daphne Kapsali

I want to send a big thank you to Daphne, an Amazon Top 100 bestselling author, for our Skype conversation.  I was read the first few chapters of 100 days of Solitude and I felt like a connected with her on so many levels, I knew I had to contact her and see if she …

+ Read More

Day 27

Day 27

Day 27. Today has consisted of: Me writing my feature post for tomorrow. I love the process of interviewing and chatting to the awesome ladies that generously share some of their stories. I record the chat on my phone and make notes when I get home (that rhymes).  I try and forget about it, because …

+ Read More

Day 26

Day 26

Day 26 Apparently this week, is the week, I need to learn to live without essential services for a while. No power yesterday, no water today. We had our solar hot water replaced.  It was only for a few hours, but I forgot to fill the kettle up, so no coffee after school drop off. …

+ Read More

Day 25

Day 25

Day 25 We had no power today. We did get notice that we were losing power, but I completely forgot. I was a bit annoyed at first, because I had planned to bake and wash and write this blog post early and search YouTube for tips on how to use my new camera. But, no …

+ Read More

Day 24

Day 24

Day 24 I received a text message from my dad this morning to say that my Nan, his mum had died in hospital. I wasn’t close to her and had no significant relationship with her. So I wasn’t overcome with heart wrenching grief when I read the text message.  I feel like an absolute bitch …

+ Read More

Day 22

Day 22

Day 22. (Disclaimer there will be foul language in this one – sorry Mum) Writing the blog earlier today, as I have to go to work this afternoon. I had a beautiful morning making kokedama, (it’s a plant wrapped in sphagnum moss and string) at a morning tea held for a friends birthday. Funny story- …

+ Read More

Peta Hughes

Peta Hughes

I have always known Peta, to be a woman that waves the flag very passionately for feminism, and celebrating women and their accomplishments. I have known her, to be a loyal and devoted friend to the people around her. Peta is very aware of her emotions, and from conversations with her, she tries to live …

+ Read More

Day 21

Day 21

Day 21 As I rolled out of bed this morning, I hear this “you didn’t sleep at all last night.” I was so tired my response was a grunt. I didn’t sleep because my shifts are all over the place, and I was stressing about today. There was nothing to stress about today, but I …

+ Read More

Day 20

Day 20

Day 20 Working where I work really shit me today. It wasn’t a busy day at all, but the people that I had to deal with today just pushed my buttons.  I walked out of working wanting to tell some of them not to think they are so entitled. I wanted to tell one particular …

+ Read More