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Melinda Melou
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Almost Easter....& I think I'm back.
This post has been a long time coming. I totally dropped into a void last December.  Gone without a trace.  My computer died.  I lost a LOT of photos and my blogging spirit waned.  Apologies but I have enjoyed time away from my computer hanging with Z, soak...

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Bring back a bit of Berlin
Longing for a bit of Berlin this week.  Smith Street was as close as I came to feeling anywhere near it and I must say I was pretty delighted to be there. This Ramen store was a highlight (Thanks Sally!!).  I'm hoping to get back for another bowl over the w...

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What's going on?
Things seem to be happening behind the scenes here at the moment. I've been consciously spending less time online & more time doing.....things. Our annual screen printing took place the weekend before last.  Sorry since they are Christmas presents I'll resi...

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Have a wonderful weekend!
This post is a little shout out to my dear friend Ladle who is spending the weekend in Paris with her family.  It's a city Ladle & I have spent some really fun times in together. Have a wonderful weekend guys! Enjoy sailing boats at the Luxomberg Gardens & ...

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micro moments of love
I came across this gorgeous interview with Dr Barbara Fredrickson today.  It's one that gives us hope in building on our resources to establish better choices and responses to the challenges we all face in life. This interview is 12 minutes and Barbara's ge...

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Who'd have thought....Juggling...to be the super hero of brain training?
Loving this ABC series at the moment, Redesign My Brain , with Todd Sampson.  It gives us all a little hope in dealing with our weaknesses.  x

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love & links
I listened to this interview with Sylvia Boorstein while cooking dinner on Sunday night.  It is a beautifully wise discussion on 'What we Nurture.'  I especially loved the tale about the two wolves, it really makes you think about which one you feed. I also...

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How's your liver chi with all this wind?
I originally wrote this post back in October last year. It's something that has been nudging at me since and was especially relevant on our recent travels . Not only for the expectations I placed on people but also the places we visited. It was fascinating ...

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In Praise of Slow
We are trying to hold onto all things holiday around here.  It's amazing how quickly the everyday creeps back in and you loose the spacio...
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