I do hope you have enjoyed your summer; it’s certainly been one to remember for plenty of sunshine (and all that vitamin D)!
I have been in my element in the heat wave, though I appreciate that may not have been the case for you. I have …Read More >
Summer is almost here (in the UK). It’s such a glorious time with plants are bursting into life. I find myself drawn to the huge range of greens I observe as the trees come alive again. The starlings nesting in the tree outside our back …Read More >
I do hope that you are enjoying more time outdoors (now that summer is really becoming summer) and refreshing yourself in whatever way best ‘regenerates your batteries’.
I made a huge (for me) decision to take a 3 month gap from Eleuthera activities during …Read More >
Just 2 topics this month – a workshop for teenagers at half term (see below) as well as a report on our recent visit to the Baobab Kindergarten School near Nairobi, in which many of you have shown an interest, or even supported in some way.
Time flys by!
It seems amazing that Eleuthera is now 4 years old. Almost everyone who comes here comments on the peace and quiet, the ambience and the privacy that the space provides. I have always said that the reality of my vision …Read More >
Nepalese women celebrating the completion of their month long guide training
Recently I met with Christine Readman, a member of the Eleuthera community, whom some of you know.
Christine spends much of her time living with a family in Pokhara, Nepal assisting an …Read More >
Well that’s one day I have put in my diary! What a great opportunity to focus on Random Acts of Kindness (RAK’s).
The aim on Thursday 13th is to do, consciously, what we know is best, both for others and …Read More >
I am sure, like me, you have enjoyed this year’s glorious summer, relishing the freedom of time outdoors and the relaxation that warmth and sunshine bring.
I do hope you have had some ‘play’ time, whatever form that takes for you; when minutes or hours passed by unnoticed as you ‘watched the world go by’, laughed …Read More >
In the space of just 24 hours this week I attended my neighbour’s funeral and the graduation ceremony for a Masters Degree of someone close and important to me. Both were serious rituals and both were celebrations, the former marked by sadness and tears, the …Read More >