I hope you all are having a peaceful Easter, I am! Sorry, I haven’t posted for a while, life got in the way. I have had some health issues and they are being sorted (Thyroid problems). I just have to be patient. LOL! I have been visiting your blogs but haven’t been leaving comments as my brain has been somewhat foggy! Over the last week I have noticed a big improvement, so fingers crossed.
Also I have been thinking about blogging and all that it entails. I don’t seem to be able to blog consistently and that set me thinking about why I want to blog and what sort of blog I want. Do I want it as a daily or weekly diary, or do I want to write about my passions and interests, so I have been pondering and one thing I do know is that I like writing, I thought about the blogs I like to read and they are the ones about daily life and living in this world simply. I think I know where I got stuck. I have been trying to have a cohesive image to my blog, well that is not me! I am a bit scatty and my brain leaps all over the place, I go off in tangents in conversations. I admire people who can keep to topic, but I seem to be incapable of doing so. They say that for a blog to be real, it has to reflect the person writing it.
So my dear friends, you will be seeing a blog that may be about cooking one day, the next day about my thoughts on the world, then again it might be about my art or crafts, my garden, or practising thrift. I might blog every day for a while and then again I might not blog for a bit.
This weekend, I have no visitors for once and I have had time to myself to do some art which is a great joy for me as I haven’t picked up my art materials for a long time. This piece is a pastel in which I digitally added the text.
Another bit of news is that I now have a mobility scooter and it has changed my life! I will blog about that later on. Also my budgeting was successful for March and ended with a big surplus, so I decided to keep the amount at $50 a week put the surpluses into a sealed pot for Christmas treats.
Have a wonderful Easter (or what is left of it)