It’s not the photos that are unusual – it is the way they are presented. I post to Instagram daily. I wasn’t active on this blog last week because I was out of town on business. I was posting daily on Instagram though, and yesterday I posted a collection of those photos here – Last Week In Instagram Photos.
I’m doing a similar thing here with a twist – I’m posting my favourite black & white Instagram photos – how cool is that 🙂 ?
I was pretty much absent on the blogging front last week. Roll-call would have come up with silence. I was taking photos though so that I’d be able to report back to you that last week consisted of a wonderful trip to Cape Town. For work, off course. Any trip to Cape Town, even a work one is pleasant because, well, Cape Town. I have proof of this assertion…in the photos below. Take a look…
As the plane came in to land this is what greeted me. As you can see it was breathtaking so much so that I quickly switched on my phone to capture it before landing. How gorgeous is that?
I am humbled by the response my last post received (The Dripping Thoughts) – thank you! I am grateful for having you as a reader of Wide Eyed In Wonder, and for coming by from time to time.
This is also a message to let you know that I am going to be out of town next week for a couple of days. I’m going to spend sometime tonight scheduling posts so that this space remains lit.
I spent yesterday working on my other blog – The Agile Way – I’m excited about it. I’m having some styling issues and need to make sure that they are not browser related before getting on to the WordPress forum.
Che and I spent this weekend replenishing gas for the heater, food for the tummy and LED lights for the dining room. Today we had a delightful day at the flea-market (I love these) and the visit wouldn’t have been complete without pancakes with sugar and cinnamon and a cappuccino, whilst sitting in the warm winter sun.
I’m going to spend sometime studying for my social entrepreneurship exam next Sunday (yes, an exam on a Sunday!) and as the temperature drops outside I will move into a warmer part of the house, switch on the heater and snuggle down for a comfortable evening with Che.
Writing is supposed to become easier when it is done to express rather than impress. With the latter, to impress, the inner critic comes out, editing in real-time. With the former, to express, it comes out easily and unfiltered. I might have mentioned in a post many moons ago that to write unfiltered takes courage…because…
…and every day I pick up the quill, gingerly dip it into the slippery inkwell of inspiration to catch dripping thoughts before they fall away into the dark depths of the soul.
Agile Coach and Social Entrepreneur, chief wide eyed in wanderer, wonderer and bottlewasher…Inspecting and Adapting is my mantra