Sometimes life takes a rapid right turn, one that you weren’t exactly expecting, and you’re left a little dazed and confused. In the space of a few weeks, myself and lovely Ray have decided to exit the Brisbane suburbs and head for the hills – to a bush block nestled up close to one of our favorite national parks.
I suspect that I’ll be writing much more about that later, once the upheaval of moving house is over. Suffice to say that there are yellow robins patrolling the new vegie garden, and pademelons mowing the lawn. We are thrilled to bits, and I still can’t quite believe that it’s happening.
In other exciting news, I’ll be running my first ever nature journaling workshop in New South Wales, in the Hunter Valley, in early December. This full-day workshop will be part of the joint conference of the Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society, but you don’t have to be attending the conference to come along to the workshop. Click here for more details and to make a booking.
Now I had better get back to packing boxes! I hope you are enjoying some spring nature things (or autumn ones), wherever you may be.