Come sit with me


Come sit with me. There’s nothing to be done about this blog. The power’s out since last night’s storm, and all I have is my iphone.

Who can be bothered writing an epic on an iphone?

So come sit. You can play with the puppy, watch the cows, listen to the rustle of the early morning breeze in the trees and the squabble of the birds.

It’s the best I can do under the circumstances.

And then maybe we can go to the beach…

Hi! I'm Nicole Cody. I am a writer, psychic, metaphysical teacher and organic farmer. I love to read, cook, walk on the beach, dance in the rain and grow things. Sometimes, to entertain my cows, I dance in my gumboots. Gumboot dancing is very under-rated.
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14 thoughts on “Come sit with me

  1. Such a serene and inviting scene Nicole. We drove down to Ballina today and the countryside from there to the border is so picturesque – rich and lush – I hope it is never built out . You and Ben are one lucky couple!

  2. There is indeed power in “sitting”. There is a tradition which instructs one in regards to “sitting”. I was taught this in addition to mediation and in many ways for me it’s the fun side of meditation… Sitting requires no work. No posture, nothing but a piece of ground or a chair or a curb-side on which to sit. City noise or country quiet. As I gain in age I find myself sitting more, and more often.

  3. Thank you I will…I can hear the magpies. I miss my home, I have had to come to Brisbane for work/family for a couple of yrs. I lived in Byron with only bush and rainforest between me and the sea, my first real HOME! I could hear and smell the waves, the birds shared my first thoughts in the morning. Surrounded by friends. I have left the grieving stage and in acceptance now, time will pass and I an go home again. Meanwhile thank you for sharing the smell,sounds and green of you home! Love love love …Lyn x

  4. I love this entry ~ and your blog.

    I live on an island with wintery weather- and one year, when we had 11 outages, my friend reminded me: I may lose the electricity, but my Power never goes out! Cheerio, Kristio

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