2020 Top 10

I’ve been looking at the most popular posts on my blog for this year. I based it on both views and likes. To me, likes are more important as that tells me the viewer liked it enough to press the button. Views just tell me they had a look and doesn’t tell me whether or…… Continue reading 2020 Top 10

Best of 2019

Happy New Year! I thought I’d have a look back at my most popular posts from 2019, even though I’ve not posted as much as I used to. I’ve used the WordPress stats page to see which posts had the most views, and here’s the top 10. Number 10: The Shires (and other animals) of…… Continue reading Best of 2019

New year in the garden

I stepped outside with my camera. I hadn't realised it had been so long - the last photos I took were on 11th November! There was not much to see in the garden but I found a few things to capture. Cyclamen still flowering Remains of the Hemp Agrimony Willow catkin Beech leaves still clinging… Continue reading New year in the garden

I stepped outside with my camera. I hadn’t realised it had been so long – the last photos I took were on 11th November! There was not much to see in the garden but I found a few things to capture. Cyclamen still flowering Remains of the Hemp Agrimony Willow catkin Beech leaves still clinging…… Continue reading New year in the garden

Looking Back and Looking Forward

As all WordPressers know, this is the time of year when you get an email from WordPress with a link to your ‘Annual Report’. You have the opportunity to post it on your blog, but it’s a bit dry and I’m not sure how interesting it is to other people! However it does tell me…… Continue reading Looking Back and Looking Forward

Happy New Year

2014 has arrived! And with it, it has brought more rain and wind and general greyness. So no fresh start for the weather in this brand new year – just a continuation of the damp and stormy winter that we’ve had so far. I don’t fancy venturing out with my camera today, but I did…… Continue reading Happy New Year

New Year

past hurts fade with the sand as it drains from the hourglass of the year choosing to let them go each memory freed to fly with the wind no more to dwell on those mistakes, heartbreaks, sadness and loneliness as midnight passes by hands and hearts held, looking to our future