I’m excited again to be introducing another guest to my series:
Amazing over 50’s
I’m inviting and featuring ‘Mid-lifers’ who are enjoying life over 50 and who are happy to shout out about great health, fitness, lifestyles, work or their achievements etc, but more importantly who are embracing this time of their lives with pride.
This month I’m so pleased to introduce Sue Loncaric as my sixth guest to this series.
Sue has a fabulous blog called Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond which both inspires and empowers other women over 50 to live life to the full. I have been following Sue for a while now and absolutely love reading her posts and watching her achieve her goals.
Continue reading “Amazing over 50’s – Sue Loncaric”
I do love unusual clocks.
This unusual clock called The Hastings Clock stands proudly in Rotherham and was erected in 1912 to commemorate the Coronation of King George V & Queen Mary on 22 June 1911.
I did wonder what the relevance of the hooves were under the large planter.
After doing a little research I came across this blog called ‘Memorial Drinking Fountains’ which explained it wasn’t only a clock tower, but also a drinking fountain.
The large planter was a drinking receptacle for horses, (hence the hooves). There are smaller planters around the other side which were water fountains for the people of Rotherham to enjoy a drink of water.
If you fancy popping over to the ‘Memorial Drinking Fountains blog, click Here
I think it’s a beautiful clock and drinking fountain, what do you think?
Originally posted Aug 2017 on Lovingthefiftysomething.com
Can you imagine a world without trees? Isn’t that a terrible thought? I was thinking this while I was on one of my many walks last week. Continue reading “#Throwback Thursday – A world without Trees?”
We bought ‘Head in the Clouds’, over sixteen years ago, she was an empty rusty shell and has been transformed into our home. There are still many things needing to be done to her, but we were able to move aboard last October and so far, we love living the boat life.
You can read this post, ‘It’s time to sell up and live on a boat‘ where I explain a little more about her and the transformation so far. Although we’ve had her for so long, we have only, so far enjoyed short journeys, so we thought it was time to try a bigger trip and venture up to York, which was always one ‘cruising‘ journey we wanted to do. We were quite excited about the trip, it was a big deal for us because:- Continue reading “A Slow Meander to York – Part 2 – The Selby Canal & Our First Challenge”
A Poem of a different kind, taken while cruising past Knottingley