Getting Out and About

I’ve sent Rainer’s Support Worker on a 2-day course on Communication, so this week I had the “luxury” of entertaining him for the afternoon. Excellent!! Right? Errrmmmm, maybe. It seems he and I have lost our Afternoon Rhythm. I was afraid of this when I employed SWs for Monday to Friday; my intuition told meContinue reading “Getting Out and About”

The Happiest Boy on Earth

a.k.a. Rainer met Postman Pat Yesterday (Wednesday) was a public holiday in Brisbane. It’s EKKA time, and for the uninitiated, it’s short for The Royal National Association (RNA) Exhibition. It’s our Agricultural Show, when all the animals, farmers, cow cockies, silver spikers, wood choppers, cattle dogs, precision racing cars, fireworks, rides, showbags, dagwood dogs, stawberryContinue reading “The Happiest Boy on Earth”

Footprints in the Sand

A lady approached me to create one of my 20by20 canvases, using warm colours and the popular “Footprints in the Sand” story as inspiration. (Go HERE for a full account.) While I prefer to work without boundaries, I really do love to step inside a customer’s heart and soul and bring that intention to life.Continue reading “Footprints in the Sand”

Milestones & Millstones

I guess this is Part II of the last post. So much happened in 2013 (as with all of us). The kids. My true Blessings. Mr 12 had a great sporting year. Cricket, football, cricket. Every Aussie boy’s dream year. His football team made the finals but lost. They weren’t given much hope at theContinue reading “Milestones & Millstones”

On turning 45 and other Milestones

Today I turn 45. To have a birthday falling between Christmas and New Year has its obvious pitfalls but also many positives. So while everyone is reflecting on a year of goals missed, goals scored and goals to be considered, I also get to reflect on another year of living. It’s the perfect Reminder Service!Continue reading “On turning 45 and other Milestones”