Thanks for taking the time to visit.
This is the space where I tell you a bit about me. So here’s over half a century’s worth in just a few lines. Now you can work out out my age, give or take a few years – I’d prefer if you take!
I was born in Scotland but have lived in Australia for many years. I have an amazing family and friends scattered across the planet. I have been an educator most of my life, but have also dabbled in communications and writing for the non-profit sector.
I have travelled to over 50 countries and my experiences of seeing new places and people inspire the majority of my posts. I also like to write about things that make me laugh, cry, get mad or leave me pondering and wondering about life.
My greatest weakness is a fear of failure – a stumbling block that prevented me from writing for too long. I finally realised that writing is not about success or failure, but about doing something I love and enjoy.
I hope that my blog amuses, inspires, informs, provokes, or even annoys you… Let me know!
6 thoughts on “About”
Love reading your work. It is so real and passionate. What project would you like for us to be praying about at this time? Also, if you get a chance take a look at our website and forum stories and let us know what you think. Following you on Twitter.
Really enjoyed your post. I work into St. mary’ each day confident I am where I am supposed to be. My greatest thrill is that I can be authentic in who I am and also, that I work in an environment where I am valued andaffirmed.
Good to read your account of your latest visit to Ghana. You have a real gift of writing. Look forward to your next piece.
Hi Shona, thanks for following my blog, come visit any time.
Hi Shona. I’ve nominated you for ‘A Field of Flowers’ Award. Congratulations! You can check out the details on http://karenwhitelaw.com
Hi Shona long time no see…..good to see you again…..still up in the air I see and loving it.
Thanks for the follow, drop by anytime….