Denyse Whelan Blogs To Connect.
Born on 30 November. 333/365. It’s my birthday today. Yes, and I was born on a Wednesday (child full of woe, according the the old poem about birthDAYS) and in 1949 making me… 66. O.M.G. However, I am grateful to be well (mostly!!) and to be married to the most kindly and loving husband ever, […]
Elizabeth Gilbert Writes. 332/365. I like some aspects of writer Liz Gilbert’s works. I’ve read (ok, partially read) “Eat, Pray, Love” but found it not to my interest. I bought Big Magic, her latest book about becoming creative and overcoming our internal obstacles to doing so. I can’t help thinking, however, that it is pitched […]
Saturday Means This. 331/365. It’s a more leisurely start to the day even though I no longer work or have any family care responsiblities…. Two daily newspapers to devour today and over the next few days…. Husband is at home…even though he is ‘retired’ he does a lot of physical and other voluntary work which […]
Read This! 330/365. This has been attributed to the Dalai Lama….. “Man surprised me most about humanity. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that […]
Thankful Thursday. 329/365. It’s Thanksgiving in USA. Happy Thanksgiving to my US friends and those who may be living elsewhere today and missing family and home. I do not know of other countries which celebrate Thanksgiving. Do you? However, the day has reminded me to be thankful. So here I am. This Thursday I am […]
New Scenes. 328/365. Ok, so we moved. Away from easy access to the waterfront views. But, to different views and those which are a little way further to visit. So, for Aussie Wordless Wednesday, here’s some new scenes I’ve taken with the iPhone over the past few days since moving to the area around Tuggerah […]
Vale Adele Horin. 327/365. In May I went to the Sydney Writers’ Festival events called from ‘telegrams to twitter’ about communication over the years. Adele Horin, revered and social-issues journalist and blogger was on the panel. I wrote about this event here. However, more than this event’s meeting with Adele was my sharing with her […]