Been a while since I posted here, longer than I had anticipated but still a few more weeks of silence before this place becomes the meandering ramble it usually is:0)
I haven't stopped blogging, during the silence here Blue Moon Year has found a post every day on it's pages. That has been an interesting project and I am committed to continuing for the whole year as it has been trigger point for many other things off screen which have in the main been positive.
This space will once again in May be place for thinking things through and discovering what they mean to me. It will be a mish mash of things heard and read, work produced by me and others and just basically anything that touches my daily life so will be as broad and as narrow as a small daily life.
There will be news of garden and cottage no doubt plus the adventures of Rhys Banon and Flo as they try valiantly to keep me in some sort of order.
There have been quite a few small changes and some rather large ones in the days of silence here but more of that in May, pictures too no doubt.
Today I begin a break away from internet connection land line telephone and my own cottage my camera is travelling with me so a picture a day will continue be taken so too my two line four line rhythm that is the scheme of things over at Blue moon Year. So when I am back in front of my computer I hope to post the 15 days or so which will begin /continue that project again.
I am not travelling to other countries but am going to explore a little more of my own country both internal and external by spending time in the hills of Mid Wales. A time for reflection, walking and watching the light play on the hills.
Spring is awake and endlessly stretching here so buds and shoots are filling up the earth and a heart. I know that when I return my garden will be an abundance of new growth riotous activity of bird and beast and will beckon me to come see what it has managed to achieve in a few weeks. The temperatures here have been unusually mild so it is sure to get colder whilst I'm away I just hope we don't get too severe frosts as the apple trees have been robbed of their blossom for the past two years and the buds are just begining to form but my blueberry bushes gave pounds of delicious fruit last year and they look very well at present so lots of treats for breakfast:0)
For now this post comes to you by a miracle of technology I don't understand. Whilst I ponder the stars and the rising moon connection to the Universe and where I am in that connection mans ingenuity enables this post to appear and be seen by passers by who I may never meet or even know have been here, an amazing world I live in, but a fabulous Universe I am part of.