It’s been a busy couple of weeks since returning to work. I’ve had training days, new classes to meet and test, medical appointments for my daughter, choir practice and my first ever writing workshop at Boston Book Fest. There’s been a lot of rushing around and not much “me time”.
We spent bank holiday weekend at Kew Gardens in Southwest London. It was a long journey to get there (about 4 hours) but we had a lovely time. We stayed at Warren House, a beautiful 1865 Victorian hotel.
Wednesday Hodgepodge is a weekly question-and-answer meme hosted by Joyce from From This Side of the Pond. Here are my answers to this week’s questions, which are all about working.
Today I’m sharing the books I bought, acquired or borrowed in Aug 2022 for Stacking the Shelves, a meme hosted by Reading Reality.
This is the first time I’ve taken part in the Wednesday Hodgepodge, but I’ve been reading the posts for a while and it seems like fun. Here are my answers to this week’s questions:
I’ve had a great week enjoying the sunshine and spending time with family and friends. On Monday, we visited Hubbards Hills in Louth, one of my favourite woodlands. It was beautiful weather for a paddle in the stream and a walk in the shade of the trees
Today I’m sharing the books I bought, acquired or borrowed in July 2022 for Stacking the Shelves, a meme hosted by Reading Reality.
I’m afraid I’m late posting as I completely forgot what day of the week it was. Before I get onto my views on originality, a quick writing update. I’m off work for the summer holidays and I’ve been planning some short stories for a few anthology calls that close at the end of August.