Hello my old friend! It’s been a while since I first wrote in this white box. I always see to write this on here though. So to break old habits I am going to start updating this little blog here every week. Sharing a visual diary of my week in photo and video form. I also want to add weekly letters to myself as I really enjoy reading back in them and also the learning from ones past self is invaluable. I have battled with blogging and my online presence and the pressure of being good and having a load of followers that it has made me forget why I do it in the first place. I do it because I love documenting and recording and it’s good to get it all out of my busy brain. I also really enjoy having a corner of the internet that is entirely my own and only mine. I get to control the way it works (no pesky algorithms here thanks!) and exactly how the content appears. I am also not just posting into a very over saturated sea.
So two of my resolutions in one, to blog more and to keep being aware of why and who I am blogging more. For me and because I enjoy it.
This weeks post is a week and a half, I will post the second installment this week. There are quite a few photos
So our first bit of the trip was mainly based around Bristol. We flew into Bristol on the 27th of December. Those weird in-between days where you are so sluggish and tired from Christmas. We met up with my sister Vic, went on a country walk all together in the bitter cold. Then had a lovely coffee then pizza (complete with a near choking fit and a good old game of I spy). We also visited nice cafes. Such as this one below, the Albatros café on the cool North Street. It’s an Instagram dream!
We went to Western Supermare for seaside adventures. It was blustery and cold but good. We had doughnuts and fish and chips.
We had a nice New Year’s Eve walk, which helped blow out the cobwebs. We ended up in a lovely local pub.
Then we went off to Devon for a few days to be spoilt with my sisters granny and grandpa in law, Betty and Peter. I loved being there and in Devon so much, it broke up the trip nicely and was lovely to explore and be in a new place.
We then left Teighnmouth happy and full of fresh air and fish and chips and then travelled to my mums house in Malvern. Which I will post later on this week. Happy new year folks!