One hundred Six word Saturday posts!
I first joined this challenge on 7th January, 2012. I had only been blogging for a couple of months and didn’t really have a clue what I was doing. I simply knew that I wanted to write about travel, and that I needed to extend my readership. I loved playing with words, too, and the challenge gave me that opportunity.
Two years later, and where am I? Well, I’ve travelled all right. Remember Barcelona, or even Porto?
I’ve taken you with me many times to my lovely Tavira, and to Poland to meet the family. We’ve wandered around the streets, stately homes and cliff tops of England (and over the border to Edinburgh, too) We’ve made some strange discoveries together. Remember Saltburn-by-the-Sea?
And, of course, you’ve met my lovely daughter and been introduced to the concept of Steampunk. Those cakes in the header were consumed in her presence (no, not ALL of them!)
In the course of my journey I’ve met some wonderful people. I’ve learned a little about all kinds of subjects. So many of you are good at crafts! My lovely friend Viv has taught me to appreciate poetry, and provided me with cheerful company at Northumberlandia on a bitterly cold day. And along the way I seem to have picked up an obsession with photography.
I must have done a few things right because this morning my number of “followers” topped 2000! What can I say except thank you very much to each and every one of you who has liked or commented on one of my posts.
Since joining Six word Saturday I have contributed every week, unless I have been abroad. I’m well aware that my direction has changed since the beginning, and that 6WS may not be the best vehicle for what I like to do. I have to thank Cate at Show My Face for her tolerance in allowing me to push the boundaries of six words. You could say “gentle manipulation”? I hope you’ve all enjoyed my company as much as I’ve enjoyed yours. If you’d like to see where two years has taken me, click on my Six word Saturday page.