‘Comic ‘ – there are different ways of using the word. This week our expressions were around the comic book, and there were lots of themes that emerged.
Author: Tricia La Bella
Events we ran at Alice Springs Public Library
The plane flight with the views and vistas over the terrain between SA and Alice Springs was amazing. We learnt a lot during this experience that we’d love to share.
Relationships – Heart-Based Living – at City Library Adelaide
This session on Heart-Based Living with a focus on relationship, began with looking at the self- relationship.
Green – poetic expression
‘Green’ – so refreshing! For many of us it felt that way, however once again, some different angles, all very insightful and entertaining, and even fun!
Suddenly… poetic expression
‘Suddenly ‘ – what a great word! Where does suddenly take you? Perhaps you have used it to describe something that happened?
Podcast – when your partner accuses you of cheating
Past hurts, and ways we have come to behave in relationships, can affect the quality of our engagement and often can create situations that can harm both parties involved.
Native – poetic expression
‘Native’ – the place or environment in which a person was born or a thing came into being. So what does that really conjure in the world we live in today.
Stripes – Poetic Expression
‘Stripes’ – this word took to us to various places, as each word does. For some it took them back to a situation from the past… others it related to issues happening in their life at the moment, and others, well a mixture of directions.
Déjà vu – poetic expression
Deja vu – Has it happened to you? So many examples of this incredible sensation common to many. So much to wonder about. It lead us into different situations and here are our expressions.
Kingdom – poetic expression
‘Kingdom’ – a word that for many conjures an array of feelings that stem from what we have experienced in our lives.
Discipline – poetic expression
‘Discipline’: Used as noun or a verb, seen as help or a hindrance, recognised as for its strength or vulnerability.How do you view it?
Poetic expression – Phantom
‘Phantom’ – this word has been used and applied to for many things, as the word itself reflects something that appears or seems to exist but is not real or is imagined.