January has been a grey month here in Bristol. Instead of fresh snow glistening in the sunlight we have had low grey cloud and drizzle. Apparently temperatures have been above average but there has been a decided lack of sunlight. This combined with the short winter northern European days meant my cosy living room. was more inviting than usual. Continue reading “January was a grey month”
Cruising is becoming more and more popular with the over sixties and it is not difficult to see why. It can provide a good mixture of adventure and relaxation as well as a chance to make new friends and try new activities.
This post is in response to a photo challenge from a fellow blogger to produce a gallery of my favourite recent photos. Although I would like to think of myself as a travel blogger I have to admit my most liked photo on Facebook was a kitten. So can I introduce my daughter’s kitten Heidi who is part Maine Coon and who we expect to grow quite big. Continue reading “2019 in photos”
This week we headed up the M5 to Tewkesbury a small Gloucestershire town close to the river Severn on the western edge of the Cotswolds. The town was the site of a decisive battle in the wars of the Roses. It has a magnificent Norman abbey and a remarkably well preserved old town full of black and white half timbered houses with overhanging upper storeys.
I belong to a couple of granny blogging groups and I have been invited to party with them by adding links to my posts. I thought I would try to repay the favour by hosting my own party. Continue reading “An Easter link Party”