Don't forget that maybe you are the lighthouse in someone else's storm. This week's boobday also ticks off another location for the scavenger hunt, and falls nicely with the letter L for Aprils A to Z blogging challenge. L is for Lighthouse was first published on A Leap of Faith.
Recent explorations found me wearing a big smile at a busy spot, which was unusually quiet. Though it was one of the scavenger hunt locations which seems like it should be so easy I keep seeing graffiti at the wrong time. . Either I'm with my children, there are too many people about or I... Continue Reading →
There is nothing like a double espresso in my favourite cafe. There is something about public exposure, and from the start of the request to "expose myself in places I could get caught while ensuring I didn't" this was a place that I wanted to make work. This cafe serves the best espresso, and I... Continue Reading →
A pre-Christmas trip to the library reminded me of this picture. With a moment's peace I flicked through the albums of my phone to share for this weeks #Boobday and my first Scavenger hunt entry in a long time. This goes back to much earlier in the year, and a task. I had planned to... Continue Reading →
Exposing myself at a medieval cross brought a smile to my face. Exploring the moor with friends is so much fun. Who knew??? See what everyone else is up to by clicking the lips: It would be sinful not to mention The Scavenger Hunt as I tick another location (The giant cross) off of the location list. Sinfully... Continue Reading →
I know I have mentioned my expanding friendship group ad nauseum, but they are a wonderful group. Chatting about this blog while exploring Dartmoor for some rope photos I told him about the scavenger hunt. He has a sense of mischief to rival my own, and we laughed heartily as he loosely tied me to... Continue Reading →
It has been a few weeks since my last #SOSS as life has been tipped upside down with the school holidays. For me the chaos is set to continue into the new term, but I am trusting my ability to sail through the fog and having the physical time to return to my blogging routine... Continue Reading →