I think it’s funny because
- a) I’m not a genius and
- b) I no longer work
My sister-in-law gave me this framed ‘subversive cross stitch’ set as a gift some time ago and every now and again I feature some of the ‘quotes’. I always take the shots with the frame sitting on top of a faded yellow penny farthing planter in my garden. There are 16 double-sided cards to choose from and depending on my mood of the day I use them in random order.
During March I wrote 11 posts covering a range of topics – in case you missed it!
For What’s on Your Plate (WOYP) I sharedthe ‘pressure‘ I was under. I joined Terri’s Sunday Stills twice during the month – with a post about making memories and walks in the forest in black and white.
I’m loving my Wake Up and Be Amazing, it’s Wednesday posts – my version of Wordless Wednesday with but with words – and shared how it’s hard to feel amazing sometimes, ( a deeply reflective post about recent times), and then the next week I was top of the world when out and about and I was recognised by a reader of my blog from interstate You just never know how your words affect others. And finally I got to write a travel post again after all this time! Despite never having seen the movie Planes, trains and automobiles that’s what I called my post because well you know, planes, trains and automobiles….
It’s always interesting to share what books I’ve been reading and to see what others recommend, so I really enjoy our monthly What’s on Your Bookshelf (WOYBS) linkup and this month I did a summary on the verdict of my February post’s surprise books based on a personality quiz. I also love interacting with my co-hosts of this challenge, we have a great online bookclub and are currently reading the Classics!
One of my favourite posts from the month was my WOTY (Word of the Year) post, Is it even a Gift if you buy it for yourself, where I overcame my height anxiety and bought myself a hot air balloon ride. It was so much fun to do with my daughter.
But then there was my post We’re all Going on a Summer Holiday where I announced that I’ve booked for us to fly to England to see our daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter Dottie – it’s been well over 2.5 years since we’ve seen them in person and Dottie has grown a whole heap since we last held her in January 2020. She’ll turn 3 while we’re there!
So maybe my favourite spot is a draw between these two posts!
There you have it – another month of blogging under my belt – in case you missed it!
We’re heading into Autumn down here and the temperatures have started to fall plus the leaves 🙂
Thanks for joining me and all the best to you for April.
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