Since I started blogging a few months ago, my ambition has been to post something every day, and with the exception of a few days when my laptop had crashed, The Swenglish Home has indeed made itself heard in the blog universe on a daily basis. The joy of reading lovely comments of old readers and new have fuelled my efforts, and some fellow bloggers have become friends, with whom the daily exchange of thoughts and kindness brings joy and positive energy.
Lately, especially with the glorious weather ushering young and old outside, and with the garden out-shouting the interior of the house in its need for attention, trying to keep up the daily blogging is proving rather tricky. Adding to that work, craft projects and a family, all moderately or profoundly neglected recently, well, a change is called for.
So, dear readers, from now on my blog entries might not appear every day, and my comments on your blogs may be found more scarcely, because I am taking some time to catch up with loved ones and with life, and to...
... blow dandelions!
( I am very fond of clocks, scruffy by time and neglect or scruffified to look the part, and the one above hangs at the top of the stairs to the first floor. The ocean of dandelions above could be found a few weeks ago just above the village of Castle Combe - whose church can be seen in the distance.)