There is a place in my heart where no-one has ever been. It is a place where falcons fly, where blue waves caress white sand, and where every book is a love story. It is where dreams come to life. It is where dreams come to die. It is where angels stand guard. Continue reading
Someone asked me the other day what my deepest desire in life was. At the time it seemed like a rather cliched and benign question, but when I went to answer it, my brain drew a complete blank. Continue reading
When facing decisions and changes in life, it is common for people to tell you to follow your heart. But sometimes the heart can be confused or corrupted in some way, and it can be better to instead follow your feet. Continue reading
Sometimes I discover a piece of music that I find myself listening to over and over, and it is a pathway to other places, feelings and times. It inspires my writing and changes my state of mind. While listening, I can imagine that magic is possible, if only for the briefest moment. Continue reading
When we aim for something new or different in our future, we create a duality, like we are living a double life. Continue reading
Life has got away on me recently, so suddenly I find myself lucky enough to have accumulated THREE Liebster Award nominations, which is so sweet of my fellow bloggers. Thanks to all of you. Continue reading
There are times in our lives when we get taken advantage of, or “played”.
Sometimes it is by people close to us, who know exactly what buttons to push. Other times it is by people who are simply mentally stronger. Often it is by people who have something you need or want.
All of these instances have one thing in common: POWER! Continue reading
It’s a sunny mid-winter morning, and Geoff and I find ourselves faced with a decision. We can do the mature thing and do our tax returns, or the irresponsible thing and go on a road trip for the day. Naturally, within half an hour we are on the road, heading north towards the Hokianga Harbour. Continue reading
There is something exhilarating about receiving a letter. But can writing a letter provide just as much joy? Continue reading
Doubtful Sound, NZ – © W. Megget
“Let me know when you have 99 followers and I’ll follow your blog”, he said. And he did. Continue reading