After being silent for most of the summer, our local Tawny owls have started calling again – a sign of autumn’s incipience. Heard them last night and early this morning, a welcome part of our soundscape.
Why is it that on returning from holiday I have the strong urge to get rid of Stuff? Is it because I’ve spent time away, taking only the basics with me? And then there is the catharsis of taking a car load of Stuff to the local tip…
This view across to Coquet Island in Northumberland is my reset button.
Watched Midnight Special last night. It didn’t draw me in as much as I would have liked, but equally I appreciated the light touch with which the plot was handled – no excessive exposition, thank goodness.
Cup and ring marks on the Roughting Linn stone, Northumberland. They are between 3500 and 6000 years old. The rock, roughly 20m x 5m, is hidden away in woodland. An ancient place.
Welcome to my blog. I have started various blogs over the years, most of which have fizzled out for one reason or another. I like the discipline of writing – I think it is good for my brain.
Probably the main reason that I have not managed to keep blogging in the past is because most of the ones I have started are on a single topic. Because I tend to dabble in one thing, move on to something else, and then come back, I often found I lost momentum.
With this blog my aim is to cover any topic that interests me and therefore keep it up to date, I hope. We will see!