You have certainly made an appearance a lot quicker than I was expecting. There's something about hazy summer days that seem to blur into one and before I know it I've lost all track of time. I think that's one of my favourite things about summer. Even though they're no longer as care-free as they were during my school days, the haziness never fails to bring back some happy memories.
We ventured into Nottingham yesterday and I had forgotten how incredibly busy it is. The atmosphere is very different to the quiescence of the countryside that I have become so accustomed to. I'm not sure I could go back to city life, even though I do sometimes find myself craving the particular atmosphere that only seems to exist within the confines of tall buildings and lots of light pollution.
I feel like I'm on the road to rediscovering my 'blogging identity' and I hope it's something that will continue over the next few weeks. I'm not really sure what that means exactly but I guess after a couple of months of wondering whether or not my heart was really in it anymore it had come to the point where it was either sink or swim. Or should that be sink or sail? Anyway, I chose to sail & I'm more than sure that it was the right decision. It's been really refreshing not thinking too much about which posts might get the most views or comments and instead just writing because it makes me happy.
Talking of being happy, The Book Journal is going to be my happy place for one of my favourite things in the whole world; books. I've been thinking about it for far, far too long and it's time to stop thinking too much and start doing. I think August is the month for doing. And I'm ready for it....
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