Born in 1956, I’m the youngest of 4 and closest to a brother who lives on the other side of the world.
I play the piano and love to write, be it letters, poetry or short stories. I like to cook and some of our favourite recipes have come about by accident. Reading is another pastime and despite the terrible miscasting of Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher, Lee Child still has my vote.
We have a dog and she is the best excuse to get out of the house and go for walks in the woods. She’s getting on a bit now, but still likes to chase the occasional rabbit or lift a pheasant or partridge.
I would describe my working life as a number cruncher though in contrast, I had a couple of quirky jobs in a museum and dog kennels!
Welcome to my world.
Thank you to everyone who has taken an interest in my writings. It’s been such a pleasurable surprise and though I’m still finding my feet with formats etc, I’m enjoying myself immensely.
Please, don’t hold back from posting a comment on anything I’ve written.
I’ve been at this for a few months now, and trying to post an entry every day. Sometimes I lack inspiration and then I’ll see something (or someone) out on our walks which either triggers a memory or makes me think. More often than not I’ll go off on a tangent and the end result isn’t exactly what I had in mind when I started!
Thanks too are due to those writers who pop up in my Reader. Some of what they have written has made me see things differently, count my blessings, laugh, or inspire me to share a past event, some happy, some sad. My musings may appear disjointed at times, but I hope some are of interest to some of you.
Thank you for following me through this Blog.
A lot has happened in the last twelve months, and for those who are new to my blog, we are now living on a narrowboat, so a lot of my entries are ‘diary-like’ as we find our feet, face new challenges and hopefully later explore the rivers and canals. Come along for the ride!
With the boat now sold, we are officially house hunting again.
We celebrated Christmas 2017 in our new home, a small bungalow on the Lincolnshire Coast. It’s a bit windy here (you think??), but we are close to the beach and fit in well with the neighbourhood.
In a way it was like coming home as we were in Lincolnshire before we bought the boat, but not so far north as we are now. Both of us admit though we miss the simplicity of boat living, but know we’ve made the right decision.
Onward with the Veg Plot!