Exuberance St Lucia


A relaxed morning of breakfast and provisioning.
The farmer’s co-op at Myer’s bridge is bustling.
Town is lively with produce ladies on the sidewalk and fish in wheelbarrows.

Sad to see Uncle Stu leave, glad he stopped in to share a few pitons.
By early evening, Exuberance arrives in time for
another beautiful sunset, cocktails and a delicious dinner.

Grateful today for
the produce that grows here – Lucian spinach…yes!
Exuberance’s safe arrival with driver Clavie,
and for being here with good friends.

Signs of Home


A night of snuggles and oil of oregano seem to have staved off a cold…
Ready this morning for a mates market morning and home chores.
Back home by 11 and deeply into getting Wellington back in order.

A working visit from the Advocat in the afternoon,
late lunch together on Queen West and more chores done.
Finally back at home…almonds soaking, fire on and resting with my mate.

Grateful today
for a productive day – stocked fridge, granola made and winter clothes in the closet,
an afternoon break with the advocat,
and for signs of home…restored after busy work weeks and travel.

Exuberant Play Date


Spontaneous play date with exuberance today!
Since she’s moved to the east ‘country’, it’s a delight when she returns to her western roots.
And I always love when spontaneous moments together can happen.

A delightful catchup on the world that she is rocking…
and then a trip to the Garrison garden to visit our gardens.
Couldn’t be a more perfect day.

Grateful today for
an unplanned play date,
the incredible tomato ‘weed’ that is laden with tomatoes,
and for all the wonderful goodness in exuberance’s world.