Just one amusing story from my most recent trip to Perth, which felt fitting for Timeless Thoughts. More on my Perth adventures to come!
Category: Timeless Thoughts
Timeless Thoughts is Tara’s and my monthly linkup, which was born from my Things I Miss segment and her Nostalgic Notes column. As you can probably guess, the topic of posts in this category can be anything that you miss from your past. Whether it’s a thing, a hobby, an event, or something else!
Timeless Thoughts is held every first Saturday of the month, and runs for two weeks. Tara and I take turns each month to host the linkup. I’m honoured to host this linkup with her, as I consider one of my closest blogging friends. You can find out more information about Timeless Thoughts at the linkup page on Tara’s blog.
I write about the time my hand swelled up to twice its size and inspired me to use a mouse the opposite way the majority of the world’s population do.
I’m hosting Timeless Thoughts this month, and I recall a memory from a company I used to work at.
We’re often no strangers to tough times. We’ve all got a story behind the smiles we wear, and we try to stop ourselves from judging people when we have no idea what their story is. In this letter, I reflect on a more difficult time in my past.
Do you like apples? I had a strange obsession with apples when I was in school, which only started as a joke…
I stumbled upon a stamp marker at home and it reminded me of how much I really liked them when I was a kid. I loved getting creative with them, though I have no idea how popular they are now…
If you went to school, and remember primary or elementary school, you probably remember having a compartment under your desk to store your books and stationery. Did you keep yours neat? Was yours messy? Did you hide things in it?
Pop-up books really bring a story to life for a child. They can be very simple and you can make them yourself, but sometimes it is amazing just how complex they can be. One of my personal favourite parts was when there were other ways to interact with the story, like through pull tabs or openable doors/windows.