The Lost, The Found & NYC Bound…

Bringing you news once a week on the ongoing 60 Postcards journey (you can read a summary of the story in Glamour Magazine, here), and on Friday I share a story of an inspirational person, project or cause. I lost the plot last weekend, for sure. ‘Moving house is stressful’, people warned me. ‘I’ve got this’, I thought to … Continue reading The Lost, The Found & NYC Bound…

Holding on to the Memories

Bringing you news once a week on the ongoing 60 Postcards journey (you can read a summary of the story here), and on Friday I share a story of an inspirational person, project or cause. The definition of 'Memory': - The faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information - Something remembered from the past - The remembering or … Continue reading Holding on to the Memories

A Picture Paints a Thousand Words

A picture paints a thousand words, but no pictures will be used in this post. Words can paint a thousand pictures, too. I love words. I mean, I don't know many long ones ('antidisestablishmentarianism' is just too much) and I have so many frustrating moments when I find myself doubting my spelling on the most … Continue reading A Picture Paints a Thousand Words

The Return and My Secret

To follow the story from the beginning, click here. Bonjour mes amis. Ça va? The French dictionary is being dusted off, my beauty of a birthday bridge camera is charging up and I am prepping my stomach for bread and cheese excitedly - it is time for the return. The return to Paris. (Not to be mistaken … Continue reading The Return and My Secret

The Sabbatical and an Email from Oz

To follow the story from the beginning, click here. A few posts ago I mentioned that from mid September I would be back in the blogging game, with more time to focus on 60 Postcards. I am back for good (Take That reference totally intended). I have decided to take some leave from work to … Continue reading The Sabbatical and an Email from Oz

A Welcome Home, Photo Fun and the Modern Day Jester

To follow the story from the beginning click here. Saturday morning was a great one. Off I went to Gatwick, no hand luggage in sight. I was delighted to enjoy a drama-free tube journey too! Luckily it was early morning travel time and as I sat in my quiet carriage, I began my Blue Peter … Continue reading A Welcome Home, Photo Fun and the Modern Day Jester

2 Weddings and a Shoe Department

Note: To understand the story from the beginning click here. Last Friday I was home to see my friend Lynne celebrate her marriage to love of her life, Luke. A fantastic night it was in the gorgeous surroundings of Shell Bay, just across from Sandbanks. I caught up with old friends and (yeh, yeh here we … Continue reading 2 Weddings and a Shoe Department