The sun turned my head While my eyes were cast down Picking my feet over steep, muddy ground. The bland, bleached bark Of the thin beech trees Illuminated by the golden beams. I read a report this week in the Journal of Positive Psychology. Researchers at the University of Regina, Canada showed that spending…Read more 5 Mins in Nature
We seem to be living at an interesting time in history. I will be honest and say I am not really enjoying it. January has begun with an intensity and a level of uncertainty that stretches the emotional sinews to a breaking point. New Year is always a time for reflection and making plans and I…Read more In need of a quiet place?
Still deep blue water Embraces me. Still deep blue water Fascinates me. Still deep blue water Captivates me. Still deep blue water Wraps me In a world of simple contentment. Dreams can be held like prized jewels, Affixed in gold, Ripe for careful study: To contemplate, Formulate, Gestate. ...This still deep, blue water
We first found Andromeda of Arisaig back in October 2017. Finally, at the end of May 2018 we got to sail her for the first time as her new owners.
I wrote this article last May, after Chris and I had taken another step in our sailing journey. As a complete novice, this was a reflection on what I had learned during the week and drew on advice my dad once gave me as I learned to drive. "Aim this car to miss everything!" he…Read more Sailing – the science of not hitting things