Day 229 – Climbed a Tree

I've gone on a few times about how much I love nature, but even though I grew up in one of the most beautiful areas in England, I didn't really appreciate it until I moved away. I loved summer's at the lake or making treasure trails in the forest, but I thought that's how everybody's… Continue reading Day 229 – Climbed a Tree

Day 191 – Cloud Spotting

I was lazing in the sun, catching up with a friend, when we both started looking up at the fluffy white clouds in the blue sky and started seeing shapes. She spotted a train, I saw a lobster: our own personal Rorschach test. This idle cloud gazing is something I've done since I was a… Continue reading Day 191 – Cloud Spotting

Day 176 – Wildflowers

I think one of the big advantages for me over the past few months, and I acknowledge my privilege in being able to say this, is the increased connection to nature in my neighbourhood. I'm fortunate to live very near to a forest, and it's been a real pleasure in noticing the change of seasons,… Continue reading Day 176 – Wildflowers

Day 88 – Hugged a tree

I'm very fortunate and grateful to live close-by to a forest, I feel it even more so at the moment. I'm at my best when I'm surrounded by nature, and I know that I would not do well at the moment if I lived in the middle of the city. So on a sunny, Spring… Continue reading Day 88 – Hugged a tree

Day 63 – Wrote a Haiku

Haikus were brand new to me before this challenge. I was vaguely aware that they were short poems with specific rules, but I'd never seen or read one before. When I learned that they were only three lines long, and normally nature related, I thought this was going to be a walk in the park.… Continue reading Day 63 – Wrote a Haiku