Monday’s Muddle

So here we are again, Monday. The second Monday in September and the year is whizzing by at a rate of knots. It’s slowly getting colder, despite our Indian summer, those colder nights are drawing in.

Time to crack out the Blytons and snuggle down in front of the (metaphorical) fire with cups of warm cocoa and lots of home made cooking from Joanna.

This week, well we’re having a muddling week – hence the title. I shall be supplying the next chapter of The Missing Papers: A St Andrews Adventure and I will dream up something else to give you, because we have no contributor this week.

Fiona tells me that she’s thinking about either having her Ship of Adventure review go up or she’ll treat us all to a new blog on how to find a good bargian for a Blyton book!

Well, apart from our appeal for some more contributions I don’t think there is much more to say, so I shall leave you with some pictures of a recent trip to Gloucester I had, and on a walk around our local wildlife park, Ashenbury.

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5 Responses to Monday’s Muddle

  1. Nigel says:

    As a little boy, I stood entranced watching the chimes play at that jeweler’s shop. Thanks for bringing the memories back.


  2. chrissie777 says:

    Beautiful pics!
    BTW I offered to contribute an article, but never received an answer :(.


  3. chrissie777 says:

    Hi Stef,

    I finally sent it with lots of photos. I was without Internet for several days.


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