Hello there and welcome to this week’s #PoCoLo a friendly linky where you can link any post published in the last week. If you were here last week, it was great to see you - and an apology, I will catch up with myself -and if you’re new here this week, then you’re very welcome. Both Morgan and I know you’ll find some great posts to read, and encourage you to pop over to some of the posts linked and take the time to leave a comment or two so that everyone benefits from some extra love.
The big news this week is that I’ve finally stopped procrastinating and started my tax return! Not one to go half measures, it’s completed and submitted too, but it’s always a worry that you’ve done it right, isn’t it? I’ve learnt lately that I’m becoming much more of a last minute kind of girl than I ever have been before. While part of me respects the ability to be so chilled and relaxed about deadlines, the planning part of me (which is strong) is in utter dismay. I’m not sure the rushing and being just in time is my preferred modus operandi, but at the moment it seems to be working. I’ve a feeling that it’s a necessary because I’m still trying to do as much of everything as I can, and I can’t see that changing, as I can’t obviously see what I should stop. I’m sure I’ll figure it out at some point…
This week my focus has been editing photos from 2016. Yes, quite random I know but in a spate of efficiency I decided to create some more photo year books, and the deadline for the first voucher is approaching - well hello, last minuteness again!
It’s meant I’ve rediscovered some gems though. And it’s prompted some happy memories from our cycling trip around the Loire. Which I’m struggling to believe was so long ago.
So it was only natural that this week’s photo is one of those. This one’s from the gardens at Villandry, which was amazing - I’m sure it won’t be long before I’m sharing more of the photos here. I can’t believe I haven’t shared them yet.
Blogger Showcase: April Alyce
April Alyce is a relatively new blogger and already she’s loving it, having fallen in love with writing and like many of us has ideas swirling around her head most of the time. And as a native New Yorker, how can she be anything other than a coffee and cake kind of girl?