January and February flicked by in the blink of an eye. I had so many ideas for posts which have not been written, and are no longer topical, but I simply ran out of time.
I did have a wonderful two night break in the Blue Mountains, celebrating my thirtieth year of marriage to Mr Right, aka Always 🙂 I hope to write about that in the future, and include some great photos. Problem is, I am at media capacity on WordPress. I either have to delete photos, or pay for a subscription upgrade. Sighhhh. It’s not as easy as obliterating the oldest ones. Some of my oldest posts still get the greatest hits. It’s surprising how many people want to take the bus from Belgrade to Sarajevo for example! So I guess I’ll take the time-saving option and invest in an upgrade. Particularly since we are off to Broken Hill shortly and I would like to think I’ll blog daily.
Last Monday, Pete Gatwood and I filmed the most recent episode of the The Good Life.
Which reminded me that I had not put up a link to February’s Episode #4 which put the spotlight on volunteering, featuring a group dedicating their free time to protecting nesting Little Terns, an ex-Olympian who hasn’t slowed down, and an interview with an expert on volunteering.
A few industry and main-stream media outlets are starting to pick up on The Good Life, including the following article from Aged Care Insite, who interviewed the IRT Foundation Manager, Toby Dawson, exploring with him the aim of the Good Life you-tube channel.
And now it’s midnight! That’s another day flicked by in the blink of an eye!
Garrulous Gwendoline, Wollongong, 2nd March 2016