I love how recipes get shared and reshaped, and of course, the stories that come with it. This one is a family favourite, and it comes with a funny story.Continue reading “Streusel-topped Blueberry Muffins for our Virtual Tea Party”
It has been a relaxed Tuesday morning: after a meditative run around the neighbourhood, I have been enjoying beautiful and thoughtful posts by our BlogFriends over toast & tea. Continue reading “remnants of rail”
One of the greatest joys of being part of this WordPress Community is learning: new words, new ideas and re-educating myself on what I thought I knew before; thanks to all you lovely BlogFriends who constantly challenge and introduce nuggets of wisdom & fun goodies! Continue reading “Art of Still Life”
Crafty Older Daughter has nimble fingers like you would not believe: from miniature cranes to intricate crochet, her latest craze is tatting fine lace. This featured project is a coaster she made for me to take my food photographs with – one obsession to feed another!
And just like that, it is December.
I have been sad this week: one friend died after a long battle with cancer. Another died unexpectedly while on vacation overseas.. Although neither are bosom buddies, I have shared time & space with both and their departures have wrenched at my being. Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: November 2019”
The Singapore Botanic Gardens has given me shelter & reprieve from the haze which has kept us indoors a great deal these last few weeks. Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: September 2019”
I am not an articulate art enthusiast; I like what I like and often can’t tell you why. I don’t always know or understand the artist’s intent, or the technical aspects of a work, but simply respond on an emotive level. Having said this, I have learnt that discovering some background and context does help frame a piece of work and helps me to unpack it, and ultimately to appreciate it better. Continue reading “Discovering Art Brut at the BACC”
“See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendorwas dressed like one of these.” Matthew 6:28-29