I am feeling both delighted and guilty. Delighted because I have been nominated for a Very Inspiring Blogger award – two awards in one festive season is more than a middle aged oaf deserves – and guilty because it means … Continue reading
This has been an interesting photo challenge. Interesting for me, that is, not you, my poor visitor. It can’t be very interesting for you to have to sit through people-you-don’t-know’s years. Especially since people tend only to take photos of … Continue reading
A thing happened to me today. A splendid thing. I was nominated for a Versatile Blogger Award. Not only that, but I was nominated by someone whose blog I really admire and read regularly: Grimm’s Furry Tail. She is warm, … Continue reading
This Tesco card reader looked a bit surprised today.
Not being a very delicate-minded person myself, I thought I wasn’t going to be able to do this challenge. Then I found myself at Heartlands half way through a dog walk and encountered a group of delighted children being sprayed with … Continue reading
Posted in Cornwall, Photography, Weekly photo challenges
Tagged Cornwall, delicate, dog, photography, postaday, robin, snow, superstition, Tehidy woods, walking, weekly photo challenge
My panic attack was probably the best thing that ever happened to me. Humans have this capacity to carry on in horrible situations for unlimited quantities of time unless something forces them to stop. I was unhappy in my job, … Continue reading
Posted in Contemplations, Education, Photography, Stories of my life
Tagged abusive relationship, cognitive dissonance, creativity, education, panic attack, photography, stress, teaching, work
This gallery contains 12 photos.
This challenge has taught me a surprise thing about myself: I take a lot of photos of feet. I discovered this when I went in search of some Autumnal photos from a walk some weeks ago and found a set … Continue reading