Walking

Originally posted on Following the Crow Song:
Early sunset autumn Early autumn and our sun begins setting around five. We head out for a walk before the evening chill sets in. My youngest son and daughter walk, then run, then walk. Youngest is speedy, fluid, fast – he loves to run but not in competitions…

Jourama Falls

2013-02-04 adventuringnq_waterfalljourama 091, a photo by gumbootspearlz creations – June Perkins on Flickr.   This weeks highlight was a trip to Jourama Falls on the way home from a medical appointment. It was late afternoon, but being North Queensland still fairly warm. My children weren’t that sure about the whole idea, but their Dad andContinue reading “Jourama Falls”

Walking Zombies

  We are walking zombies, not parents, undertaking a ritualistic walking up and down, up and down, with our youngest child. He just won’t sleep; even with dark circles under his eyes taking over his face.  He is such a cranky toddler.  Grizzle, grizzle, grizzle. Awake again.  All night! Nothing works. This has been goingContinue reading “Walking Zombies”