Being grateful for the small things is the extension of my inner healing path.
Today, a year ago, I lost my husband to throat cancer. I am still taking it step by step.
But instead of giving in to emotions, I decided to keep myself busy with a photo shoot of myself as Frida Kahlo.
I hope you enjoy the pics.
I greet the world with amazement. Everyday brings something new to be thankful for.
Today I felt all boxed in and when I went out to buy groceries, I took my camera along, to capture what is left of summer here in our country. Soon it will be winter.
Our country is still in lock down and it was nice to see the police around, making sure everyone adheres to the rules and regulations.
I’m grateful for them. They put their lives on the line for ours.
I enjoyed a lovely sunrise at the Sculpture Park a while back. Also Clarens which is an arty town in South Africa, and Danabaai.
Roof over my head, food, coffe, tea, rusks … my kamera, talents and peace.
Last year and the beginning of this year when I had 3 nervous breakdowns and landed in the loony bin, my brother told me, “Plant your own garden and the butterflies will come.”
With meditation, joga and breathing, and lots of shadow work, I’m planting my garden to vibrate love and acceptance to the world.
We live in a strange-strange world, Master Jack.
Yesterday, a friend and I, decided to give soup to the poor community. It was so sad to see the hunger and the gratefulness.
I am in the clouds that we could make a difference.
I’m burning essence for all around the world, specially those that are hit harder than others.
I entered a 52 week photography challenge, and the first week’s theme is (#Iam) and I chose IAmWords. This is the end result.
My father, but I’m not ready.
Yellow for happy smiles, yellow Daisies, yellow antique clocks and the brightest yellow for my sun and stars.
I love the second one. It is beautiful.
What a wonderful post with hope and love intertwined.
I have the exact same struggle. My heart is still broken. They say it takes around 4 months, but I am not feeling better about it yet.
So beautiful. I’d love to sit there and meditate.
Gosh no, I will have to find out for you.
So beautiful. I love it.
Welcome. This site has meant the world to me. You will love it.
Yes, I love traveling.
My mom’s name was Anne and my middle name is Anne, so when I bought my Ford ecosport (with the eye on exclusive art tours for ladies like me) I named the car ‘Lady Anne’
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