Because I live 12,000 miles, give or take, from home I’m allowing myself to enter this collage of kiwi-land. Is my homing instinct rearing it’s coiffed head? Hmmmm.
I’m there in a month and I cannot wait!
Eat More Plants
Travel and food photography in Europe
from one generation to the next
So much to do, a whole lotta time to do it
my second life with puppy Lyle
I Choose To Collect Memories Instead Of Things
Burger Perverts Welcome
A Meddling Robot in a Human's World
Transform one meal into two with planned-overs
Photography by Quintin Lake
Open yourself to the joys of life through real food, travel, and positive action.
live like a peasant, eat like a king.
BE SURE TO TASTE YOUR WORDS BEFORE YOU SPIT THEM OUT ❖❖❖
betwixt the blossom and the bough
Empire of Groovy
making visible the invisible
Mostly photographs with some words by this arty scientist...
Adventures and Postcards from the road
Tales from the AUTHENTIC Costa del Sol .... and beyond
Second Life Portraits With A Difference
a year in the life of ten acres
just another wordy blog
"Only connect!" -- E.M. Forster
Kimi Encarnacion is a vintage junkie with an obsession for kitschy decor and a mad love for fashion and personal style.
musings on the journey towards knowing and sharing my family's stories
"There is some good in this world...and it's worth fighting for." ~ J.R.R. Tolkien
Expat, gallery ghost & flat white addict
Cause sometimes it kinda seems like they are.
Happily capturing moments in life.
Restoring Our 1890 Victorian
Tales from around the world
A Peripheral Life
Remembering past journeys, recording current trips and planning for the next one!
inside thoughts on China and beyond
Be Inspired Through Travel
(in which I catalog my travels and a random assortment of likes and dislikes)
Modern Residential Architecture
Original Fiction, Book Reviews, Poems, and Commentary
my past , present and dreams for the future.
A curated glipmse into a world of infinite beauty and creativity.
Romancing the planet; a love affair with travel.
building back the habit of writing, one day at a time
From the top of the hill, all I see is the future