I finally finished my Saturday series of photographing the alphabet. What next?
Change is all around me:
• The seasons are changing. Autumn colours and rustling leaves are all around
• Temperatures dropping with a definite ‘Brrr!’ to the air.
• Soon it will be time to turn back the clocks, leaving us with fewer hours of daylight.
Maybe it is a hidden message… To make changes…….
Shuffle the furniture.
Finish the started projects.
Find a new challenge.
Join a nunnery.
Give up blogging.
Close the front door and become a nomad.
Any other suggestions?
Only one…..cross out number 5. I would love to follow a blog from a nunnery.
Al, My father used to tease me when I was a young schoolgirl, about joining the Poor Clare’s, an enclosed order of nuns. Getting up at 2.am, to dig a foot of my grave, was enough to put me off for life! 😆
Begin the countdown to Spring . . . working from Z to A. Oh, not enough of a change? Get thee to a nunnery . . . NOT!
A nomadic lifestyle holds some appeal. But I must have a comfortable bed each night.
I think I need to start that countdown quick. I heard a long term forecast for the UK, and the promise of the worst winter for 100 years, does not bear thinking about. If I swam across the pond, I could spend the winter visiting Bloggers in the Southern States!
That sounds like a plan!
I love the change of seasons! Makes me feel brand new with each season that comes around! I get to enjoy the circle of life over and over and over again!
I feel inspired, I feel cheery, I feel excited! A constant in my life when I feel the rewards of all my hard work and accomplishments. I get to share with those I love those rewards and this gives me great satisfaction and happiness. 😀
Mere, I used to love Autumn, I always felt my body woke up and was ready for winter activities. Feeling as cold as I do, puts a different colour on things.
Being a nomad is fun and exciting…(in my younger traveling days) but I must have a home to come home to. My home is very important to me. Everyone I care about…can find me there! They know I will always be there for them. A comforting shoulder, a hug, and oh those holidays! 🙂
I remember the days when it was safe to hitch-hike across Ireland. I did and we had fun.
Do please join the nunnery. Mayo will become a regular visitor and may even invite me to accompany him.
I think a few people would like to hear that door clink shut behind me. Never worry, I will not be taking the veil!
We don’t have autumn in Hawaii, nor do we turn back the clocks. As for giving up blogging, it will never happen in my home.
My favourite seasons are Spring and Autumn, the temperatures suit me better than summer or winter.
Two things you can not do…join a nunnery or stop blogging. You would leave a great gaping hole. Dianne
Dianne, I doubt if a nunnery would have me, and the blogging has become rather a habit after seven years.
Clocks have changed here – now on summer time even tho it’s only spring lol
Days are getting longer as well as warmer – some days warmer than others lol. Remember it’s still only spring.
I’m sure you’ll find a new challenge in the new year – look forward to hearing/seeing what it is
We revert to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) on Sunday, October 27.
When the world turns to monochrome, I close up the blinds, switch up the lights and light the fire! Long evenings by the fireside to crochet, knit, sew or even try a jigsaw!
Behind with my reading – sorry…
Clocks sprung forward here a few weekends ago and Spring changeable stuff swung into action as well. One day fine and sunny, the next inclement, followed very windy. Everything is mixed up – one night it’s too hot, the next your are shivering – Spring gets all choked up in New Zealand….