I am still here

“After a few years living in Narrabeen, I felt we were on the verge of becoming ‘normal Australians’… “
I have been working like crazy lately, and also been on the road alot, so I haven’t had much time to blog …. not even to look at my favourite blogs …. I have missed you all.

At the moment, I am at the blue house in the forest. Saying my farewell to it, because its time to move on. I wonder where my adventures will take me next. Feeling a bit sad, but also excited about what might come next.

Driving up here last week, I visited a friend I had not seen for 38 years. She lives in Armidale and I stayed the night there. We talked about old school days in Narrabeen. Rusty memories suddenly became vivid again.

The furniture is all out of the blue forest house now. I am sitting on the floor of the empty house, with the sun streaming in. Tomorrow I am on the road again with Malo and Dog. They are wonderful fellow travellers, both of them.

5 thoughts on “I am still here

  1. I remember my granddaughter went to Narrabeen to some camp & was so homesick she cried. She got an award for managing to stay for whole time!
    Good luck whereever you end up! And keep blogging!!

  2. Thank you, Meggie. And I will keep blogging (and drawing), and I am aiming to be less intermittent with it!
    I will keep you posted where I “settle” next!

  3. One of the best things about moving different places is really enjoying what is unique about them while you’re there. I hope you have some great memories associated with where you’ve been, and you’re looking forward to where you’re going.

  4. Hi Pilgrimchick and fifi, and thanks for your comments. I agree, travelling and experiencing diffferent places is wonderful.

    But I sort of feel I need a “basecamp” at least. Trying to figure out where that will be is one of my current projects. Fun, but exhausting!

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