Imagined Touch | a deafblind live art experience

I recently attended an exhibition which was perspective shifting to say the least.  An insight into the strength and vulnerabilities of the deafblind. The deafblind population in Australia is approximately 300,000.  For these individuals, the primary form of communication is through signing into the hand – a tactile sign language known as haptics.   In Imagined Touch - … Continue reading Imagined Touch | a deafblind live art experience


Sending you all love and gratitude this week.  We are all blessed in more ways than we realise.  Sometimes you have to go hunting to find the gratitude within ....and other times it just smacks you right in the face.  Today I'm thankful for a weekend away with gorgeous friends (and their beautiful children - Caitlyn & Beth pictured) … Continue reading Gratitude