A small selection of posts I have enjoyed in the last few days… I hope you will head over to read them in full.. thanks Sally.
If you missed all of Carol Taylor’s posts this week then you can catch up with her round up – Bread.. culinary alphabet.. all things stiletto, Bon Bon fruit and Saturday Snippets.
Welcome to this week’s edition of my weekly roundup of posts…Especially for you just in case you missed a few posts during this last week…Time is marching on…It is now officially rainy season here so there will definitely be some dancing in the rain…its also officially the month of June…
June contains the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, the day with the most daylight hours, and the winter solstice in the Southern Hemisphere, the day with the fewest daylight hours…
Just in case you missed any posts this week or love to catch up like I do… snuggle down in your favourite place… get comfy in your favourite corner with your favourite drink tea/coffee or hot chocolate although depending on where in the world you live it could be a glass of wine or two…Cheers!
A staple in most diets, but did you know that 1 million loaves of bread are thrown away in the UK?…a day!
Head over to read Carol’s posts from the week: CarolCooks2 weekly roundup…May 30th-5th June 2021…#Stiletto Heels, Whimsy, Music and Lifestyle Changes
Hugh Roberts has been out and about this week as the guest on Thoughtsnlife Blog with host Bella… find out more about why Hugh blogs and what he considers to be key elements of a great blogging experience.
Welcome to the twelfth interview of the Let’s Get Inspired Series. A series where I interview our fellow WordPress.com bloggers on their blogging process, what they write about, their passions, their blogging dreams and their blogging tips. Each blogger has a specialty, well, more than one. Which I attempt to bring out in the interview.
Today we are going to speak to Hugh W. Roberts of Hugh’s News & Views blog.
I came across Hugh’s blog mainly because of his blogging tips and tricks. It was one of Hugh’s blog posts on the new block editor that got me to take the plunge. I am now a convert and enjoy the block editor.
What also drew me to Hugh’s blog is that he also lives in the UK.
What I didn’t know at the time is that Hugh is an author and has several books published. He also writes in his blog about publishing and writing books which I find helpful.
Actually, all Hugh’s blogs post are helpful, inspiring and creates enthusiasm in me.
I hope you enjoy this interview with Hugh. It is lovely how Hugh overcame aspects of his life to blog and write his book.
Head over to read the rest of Hugh’s interview: Let’s Get Inspired by Hugh W. Roberts
Now for Colleen Chesebro’s poetry stars from last week’s challenge which was ‘Poet’s Choice’. This particular theme of the challenge means that there is a wide and varied selection of poetry covering many of life’s events, hopes, expectations and celebrations.
Welcome to our weekly poetry stars celebration. This week’s challenge was Poets Choice. At the first of the month, we can write any syllabic poetry form of our choice.
Head over to click on the links to read some amazing poetry:
Tanka Tuesday Poetry Stars with Colleen Chesebro
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope that you will head over to read the posts in full..thanks Sally.