Care of inanimate and professions When it comes to computers and technology We pursue advancement, Looking for improvements, upgrades and development. For the furtherance of our success We work diligently through ups and downs And seek help to facilitate our promotion. Photo by Gustavo Fring on Pexels.com What about when it comes to ourselves? Do … Continue reading Consideration and care.
Month: May 2020
What is self care?
What is Self Care? Photo by Immortal Shots on Pexels.comPhoto by Natasha Fernandez on Pexels.com I would love to know your thoughts on what Self Care is for you ... Take good care and enjoy your weekend.
Traveling Sucks! Is what I said.
Monze to Pioneer. The worst day of my African travels was the day before the Malawian border. By the end of the day I was in bed telling Derek that if it was possible to fold me up and put me in an envelope I would ask to be posted back home and he could … Continue reading Traveling Sucks! Is what I said.
Lock-down Memories: Pastel Winelands.
Stellenbosch winelands, Western Cape, South Africa. Chalk pastels, by Morag Noffke. Stellenbosch, winelands, cropped, by Morag Noffke. There is nothing better than to visit the winelands in the Western Cape of South Africa, on holiday or on a Sunday, and to enjoy the beauty of the rural setting. Of course there is wine tasting, cheese … Continue reading Lock-down Memories: Pastel Winelands.
Poem: Fostering creativity
The creative process is a delicate state, the balancing of imagination and logic. Preparing, percolating, playing, mulling, musing, waiting, wafting, wanting, incubating, inspiration, illumination. The creative process is not linear, Cannot be forced. Inspiration comes in a moment, a flash that ignites or emerges slowly like a dawning light. Either way you need to feed … Continue reading Poem: Fostering creativity
From Livingstone to Monze
We passed many trucks, bicycles, pedestrians and a train on this leg of the journey. We had to charge our car battery as it was flat, before we could leave, this particular morning. We were using a fridge that was connected to the car battery. Luckily we had what we needed to charge it. We … Continue reading From Livingstone to Monze
The art process: Colour Burst
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVI4wASoNcc This is some jazz that I was listening to while working in my studio for you to listen to. Rhythmic Colour Burst.Recently I picked up my chalk pastels and I enjoyed getting the feel of pastels once again. First I warmed up with Rhythmic Colour Burst. I was listening to jazz music, as I … Continue reading The art process: Colour Burst
May you be Creative!
My grateful heart receives abundant creativity, It springs from the Well of Living waters. For the abundance to be available we must open our heart to kindnesses awaiting to be bestowed. Of creativity I can only say it is a wellspring of its own refreshing participants both giver and receiver. It's springs be flooding, I … Continue reading May you be Creative!
Camping with Crocodiles
The reality of crocodiles. I was afraid of the crocodiles, well who wouldn’t be? We had been warned that the crocodiles are active during the day; this is when they will prey upon you. We were not to go too close to the water’s edge as they lie very still, camouflaged, waiting for their prey. … Continue reading Camping with Crocodiles
Lock-down Pressure Cooker Effect
Betty phoned Liz, “I feel like I have dropped a stitch and the hole is getting bigger.” “What is that supposed to mean?” Liz asked, picturing a hole in a jersey but she wasn’t sure. "I feel hollow and hurt after my run-in with Daryl. It is a pain that is just getting bigger and … Continue reading Lock-down Pressure Cooker Effect