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This precious moment

First thing on Monday morning, I spent an hour with my optometrist, deciding on ‘one or two/this one or that one better’ and performing other optical gymnastics so that he could devise the optimum prescription for my new glasses. He’s … Continue reading

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Suburban beauty

mauve deep dusky pink pale pink — crepe myrtle blossoms gracing damp grey air  

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Turramurra morning

magpie melodies — liquid song greeting dawn’s rays — divine synergy  

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Pausing

I’m in the throes of sorting, culling and packing in preparation for my big move into a little retirement village unit. There’s been so much to do psychologically as well as physically, and I’ve been pacing myself carefully, making the … Continue reading

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Perfect day

sublime coolness strokes aged sun-kissed skin — perfect day dear precious moment  

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Infinite possibilities

when walking, look up — vast horizons drift beyond the treescaped canvas  

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I spend a lot of time alone and silent

In some ways, I am frequently on retreat. A housebound, domestic retreat that challenges my spiritual and mental strength every day. Occasionally, my daughter goes away for a few days, or longer sometimes, and I can spend days without speaking … Continue reading

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Walking meditation

strolling is my new power walking, mindful steps measuring the days  

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