My Family

Amazing creature! (The Tiger, of course)

My name is Sharon Hughes; I have one husband and three lovely children (Hayden, Phil and Lisa). We live in sunny Perth, Western Australia. We are so blessed to live in a wonderful place; we have so much in this country, and often don’t realise or acknowledge it.  I love agricultural science (sustainable) and Africa (after the above mentioned of course). I am combining both to fulfill my passion for aid in developing countries; training and empowering; not just going, doing and leaving (I believe this can often do more harm than good).  I love to write poetry, contemporary and haiku. I have a wild imagination; I imagine that the world is  every bodies’ oyster and that fair trade should be a universal concept! Don’t give up on imagining a better future for ALL!  We became grandparents in December 2012, our lovely grandson is now 6 months old.

Our children (L to R) Phil, Lisa & Hayden
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13 thoughts on “My Family”

  1. this is lovely Sharon. The way you are feeling is so natural. It took me a long time to get over my eldest leaving home. When the youngest left i felt so lost. My nest was empty but now i have my grand children. The world is a whole new pallet for me know. Through the eye’s of my grand children i see thing i missed being a parent. What a wonderful read your site is x x x x

  2. Hi Sharon,

    Wonderful note about your family and the tiger is beautiful! I already love your imagination and look forward to reading more of your blog! I’ve never been to Australia, maybe someday, hopefully! Thanks also for “liking” my “Wicked Relations” poem and for subscribing to my blog. Your support is much appreciated!

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