For one reason or another, I taken a leaf out of some other bloggers’ books and have decided to move to a self-hosted website.
I am in the process of doing this now, and given my record with technology, I thought I had better let you know, in case everything disappears in a puff of smoke and I am stranded in a twilight world of nothingness.
I should still be found at edwinasepisodes.com, and I hope to be able to migrate everything over from here, (hope being the operative word)!!!
Anyway, I do hope you will still come and visit me….there will be nibbles!
Well here we are, Friday again, and this time, a very Good Friday – in more ways than one!
Of course, I have got a few Easter treats lined up for your enjoyment which I am sure you will enjoy. Please go and visit their blogs for plenty more goodies.
Deborah Drezon Carroll, Author Now, I love to have a laugh, and sometimes will write a rather tongue-in-cheek post. I never want to cause offense to anybody, but as Debby has found out, some people need to lighten up a bit! I thought this post was brilliant, and so is Debby for sticking up for this blogger!
Barsetshire Diaries I love David’s blog. He has a very entertaining way of telling a story,not to mention a fantastic taste in music! Oh, and he gives the BEST hugs too!
Dublin Housewife This is just one of those blogs that really makes me laugh. Maybe it is the Irish accent that does it but I love her expressions and banter with ‘Jimmy.’ Absolutely brilliant!
The Writer Next Door I was totally blown away by this story, and I am not normally a lover of that genre at all! I loved the sensuality of it, and the surprise ending too!Well, there you have an Easter Eggstravaganza (sorry, couldn’t resist it),
Well, there you have an Easter Eggstravaganza (sorry, couldn’t resist it). Enjoy!
Happy Friday, and to those that celebrate it, Happy Easter!
Guess who came to dinner on Friday? It was none other than the lovely Daffy ( well actually it is Sandra), the wonderful person behind Wild Daffodil blog.
She was up this way on a textiles course and asked if we wanted to meet up. Of course, I did! After all, we had been in contact for a while, and as is the way with blogging, I already felt that I knew her quite well, so it would be a delight to meet her in person.
I was certainly not disappointed. Daffy is bright, bubbly and a real pleasure to be around. She is also very artistic and creative which sadly, I am not! It was wonderful looking at what she had made in her textile course and the thought and love she puts into her projects.
We had a very pleasant evening with lots of laughs, (even Mr Grump was cracking smiles). Unfortunately, it was over too soon though as the time had raced by at an alarming rate.
The whole experience just reinforced my belief of how wonderful and genuine bloggers are. We both certainly agreed that we are privileged to belong to such a wonderful community of friends.
My goodness, how the week has flown by. It is already Friday and time to feature some of the wonderful posts that I have enjoyed this week. There are actually an extra two, that for some reason, did not make it into last week’s post so I have included those as well.
Please visit these wonderful blogs and see what else you are missing, you will not be disappointed!
Erika Kind This post was very enlightening, and something I am still working on doing. Erika always has a quote or some words of wisdom to inspire and encourage, and I hope you will check out her new book whilst you are there too.
Jen’s Pen Den I always love to learn new things, as well as brush up on things I thought I already knew but actually hadn’t perhaps got quite right! Jen is wonderful at explaining things as well as illustrating her point with examples.
Myths of the Mirror. This was a great post that raised a very valid point, but of course, me being such an idiot roared my head off at the pics Diana created. Brilliant! #
Joeyfully Stated This was a typical Joey post. Telling it as it is in her own unique style, but what she says always makes sense, and usually makes me smile too!
Little steps to Somewhere This post brought back memories of when I was a teenager trying to make myself look gorgeous (and failing)!
Sacha Black This post was just adorable! It made me laugh and took me back a few years! The end result was just perfect, though.
Behind Distant doors I have met a few of these characters and Azul has got it spot-on with her brilliant poem!
Well, I am spoiling you all this week with a veritable feast! Enjoy!