Thursday, 2 May 2013

April Adventures and Moments of Serenity.

April was certainly much calmer then March and was the month that I was able to catch my breath and enjoy the serenity of living in Noosa. This was largely due to the fact that the first two weeks of it were school holidays which, to my family means lazy mornings, lots of surfing, rowing and sailing time and beach side lattes for mum and dad with gelato for the juniors.

So, April began with a quick pitt stop at the beach on the last day of school, the discovery of a fabulous magazine for all of the creative thinkers out there and a slice of Autumn morning glory. I needed to take a moment to remember where exactly the month of March had gotten to, before I found two little buddies sitting on a break wall and gave the ever so eclectic Mooshka a try. We built sandcastles and spotted a game of beach cricket while feeling massive amounts of gratitude and noticed a familiar face in the surf. I got up close and personal with some seaside treasures, watched Master T row towards the sun, was inspired by a beauty reality check and took a special moment to honour and remember our fallen heroes and diggers. I introduced you to Noosa based photographer Keith Hamlyn and his Fotos in Noosa website, otherwise known as FiN and finished off with the peacefulness of calm waters and beautiful scattered jewels.

Wow, I didn't realise how focused on the ocean the month of April was until I reviewed all of my posts from it. That explains why I feel so calm, grounded, serene and inspired about May. Have you experienced any serenity lately? It's a lovely and contented emotion to feel.

Sending you much bliss, Heather xx

All photos are by Heather W and are copyright to My Ocean Bliss


  1. Lovely mood boards! You're right about the ocean effects, it's such a source of serenity and inspiration... And you reflect it so well in your blog, it's a bliss!

    1. Thank you Alex! I am glad that some of my ocean inspired vibe is felt by reading this little blog. Sending you much bliss, Heather


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