Perhaps I’m not the most prolific blogger on the block, but unless I’m away from home I’m generally on here most days in some shape or form, checking in with and catching up on other people’s blogs in the background even if not posting anything myself. I really enjoy the online interaction with everyone; it’s fun, and I’ve found getting my daily fix to be quite addictive.
But blogging takes up a surprising amount of time, and a few potential (positive!) changes are afoot in my real life that mean my virtual presence is going to have to take a bit of a back seat for now, allowing me to direct my energies towards other things. I know I’m going to have a lot to focus on in the near future, and it all needs to have my full attention, for the next while, at least.
I’m sure I’ll drift back this way eventually, sooner or later, but for now I feel a complete blogging break is the best way forward for me. The last (unplanned) break I took was for a couple of months at the beginning of this year, when I simply found myself with nothing to say, but thankfully this particular break is more due to a definite deluge than a drought.
I’m not sure how long I’ll be be out there just doing my best to keep my head above water, but I’m sure I’ll see you all a little further along this river of life, when this impending fast flow subsides and I’m safely through the other side, refreshed and exhausted but hopefully having thoroughly enjoyed the ride! 🙂
Here in London, the Underground system is known affectionately as the Tube, so for my Sunday Stills image this week, T is for Tube… 🙂
Mile End Underground Station, East London
I’m not really much of a macro photographer, or an insect fan for that matter, but these lovely close-up images were taken by my husband with the macro setting on a little point-and-shoot. Not at all sure what’s going on with the little red bugs… 🙂
WordPress tells me I’ve achieved 500 posts – I guess that’s got to be a good thing. There’s inevitably been a bit of a natural ebb and flow of blog activity at times, depending on what else is going on in my life at any given moment, but I’m still here meandering along after 500 posts and that feels fine – so thanks for sticking by me, I truly appreciate it! 🙂
Not quite sure what was going on here with these dolls hanging in a window advertising for both male hair models and a Saturday assistant in Spitalfields Market, East London, but I for one found the whole ensemble more than a little creepy 🙂
Weekly Photo Challenge: Creepy
Cake, Do Not Dessert Me…
When sponge does not rise
Smother cake with hot custard –
Saving your baking…
There’s an old phrase in use here in the UK, ‘saving your bacon’, and originally it meant saving your body from harm – so my tongue-in-cheek haiku this week is a play on those old words, referring to ingenuity saving the day after a typical baking disaster, of which I’ve (unfortunately) had many over the years… 🙂
The beautiful view while out for a walk with my eldest daughter and youngest grandson, along the road where they live 🙂
I went out to photograph an eye-catching Scottish summer sunset, and found this beautiful dramatic skyscape in front of me 🙂