I'm Debra and this is where I come to share my creative pursuits and to dump some of the many thoughts swirling around in my brain. I'm a lover of words and pictures and I aspire to create beauty and inspiration with both.
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My vacation home started with a family barbeque. I loved watching my niece and nephew play on the trampoline – starting with a few tentative bounces that got higher and more daring as the day went on. Want to join … Continue reading
So after a quick trip home to do some laundry and re-pack my bag I was off to Paris for a couple of days on my way to Marrakesh (more on that later!). Paris is a city that I’ve been … Continue reading
2011 was a pretty great year. I travelled, I Unravelled, I made new friends online and off and I sought to connect with my world with a renewed sense of wonder and gratitude. Photography was a huge part of all … Continue reading
I mentioned that I had ordered some expired Polaroid 600 film from an EBay seller. I had seen the gorgeous colours that others were getting with the film — colours that The Impossible Project hasn’t yet been able to achieve … Continue reading
For August Break Day 15 I’ve decided that instead of posting the photo I took today I will post some of my recent Polaroids These I took in Vancouver, at Burnaby Village Museum and Kits Beach And these I took … Continue reading
Today I’m honouring my Irish “quarter”. This cream and sugar set belonged to my lovely Irish grandmother, Catherine Moran. They are beautiful and delicate and a lovely reminder of my grandma. Happy St. Patty’s day.
Today’s Reverb 10 prompt: Our most profound joy is often experienced during ordinary moments. What was one of your most joyful ordinary moments this year? (Author: Brene Brown) Before I respond to today’s prompt, I want to say a bit … Continue reading