Fortunately, I have been able to keep in touch with a lot of my blogging friends via Facebook, and it has been lovely to keep in touch with you all. I don't know, I was just gazing out of the window, watching the mists rising from the fields, and I suddenly thought that it might be rather nice to just write a few words once again.
I realise that most of my Followers will have disappeared into the ether by now, but here goes anyway!
The big thing for me, is that I visited America last year, going to the wonderful State of Wisconsin, where I met up with a dear friend that I had met on-line. So, at 67, I visited the USA for the first time. My friend then came to England in April, and I was able to show her the lovely area in which I live. I absolutely loved America, and the people were so welcoming and super-friendly to me.
The good news is, that I am returning in three weeks time! We were due to do a road trip to New England, but, unfortunately, my friend broke her wrist, so long drives are out of the question at the moment. So! We are going to visit the lakes in Michigan instead, as well as returning to the beautiful Door County, which I completely fell in love with.
Eli and Ruby are growing away now and return to school this week. Eli is in the Juniors now and Ruby will be going into year 1 now, after her foundation year.
The big news is that Eleanor, who will be 18 in December, will be starting at Madrid University next week. Obviously, we are all very proud of her. She will be doing her Degree in Business Studies, and then her Masters in International Relations. I know that she will absolutely love the experience, as she is such an outgoing young lady, who brings joy to all those around her.
Well, I am just dipping my toes into the water here, to see if anyone is still out there, so, if you are, "hallo" and I might write the occasional post from here on in.