What am I doing here?

I am not sure what I am doing here ! – why do people blog?  
what happened to face to face communication, hearing, seeing, smelling, touching and listening?
Its like talking to yourself and hoping that someone out there is listening (reading) or even cares!
So why am I here?
I am experimenting with blogging – although I am generally not very good at just saying anything just for the sake of talking!
I like quiet – I can spend all day without saying a word – I love the peace and quiet of the day, I love long walks alone,
by the seafront, listening to the wind, the waves, the gulls. No need for words!
So how am I going to write about stuff?Windy Day 081


Published by: BSF

Born and raised in Perth, Western Australia to Polish parents, my upbringing was totally influenced by strong family values, Polish culture and customs based on Roman Catholic calendar, as well as the folkloric aspect of dressing up in regional dress and performing in Polish Folk Dancing, as well as the consumption of many home cooked Polish meals. Today, I live with my English husband in the UK, and I am a mother of two (all grown now) and grandma to one (granddaughter 5yrs). I love to travel, walk, take photos, blog, cook and spend time with my family in Australia (when I get the chance). I have a huge interest in natural medicine, which lead me to study at university in my 40's. I love exploring what this life is about, which has included reading motivational, spiritual and self-empowerment books and attending self-empowerment courses.

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