Monday, March 28, 2016

the best moments....

The cobbles of Gold HillGold Hill, Dorset, EnglandThe view looking down this famous hill is one of the most romantic sights in England. (Credit: Stephen Banks, @DorsetScouser - Twitter) More info
the best moments....

this is about to become a weekly feature in my drastically changing blog.

I know you who read me know some major shifts have occured around my place,
for one thing, I simply do not have the time I used to in order create my blog, because now
I'm working 4 days a week.
creating a good, especially a great, blog takes a whole lot of time...creating content which
is actually something of interest to everyone of you is really difficult.

I am so bored with clicking over to see what someone likes or recommends on their every post.
I'm not saying I won't do this from time to time.  I'm just saying if I do it, it will be something
I believe is of sincere value, is absolutely beautiful or really fun.

with this post...it's travel.

the above photograph is 
The Cobbles of Gold Hill in Dorset, England.
the view down this little hillside is one of the most romantic in England, I think.

Credit: Stephen Banks, @DorsetScouser - Twitter

for me, some of the best moments of my life have been via travel...
what about you?


14 comments:

  1. Quality always beats quantity. And I agree about travel.

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  2. Love the new blog Marsha and hear you about getting bored reading and seeing the same old things.

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    1. Ahhhhh, thank you, V !!!
      You know how everything in a cycle.
      I'm just beginning a new cycle.

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    2. HI! I THINK YOU ARE RIGHT! And I think I will wind down.....and stop my blog. I think blogs have been great fun; take too much time.....and are OVE!

      Thank you for the great run....I adored your Linky and everything!

      will republish a few and then...."nighty night"!!!!

      You were a terrific blog and a great friend!!

      I will come visit!

      Penelope

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  3. Happy Easter dearest Marsha, I hope it has been a lovely Easter time for you and your family.
    I always love, no LOVE your blog and your varied and heartfelt posts. It feels fresh and alive, you are so good to renew and reinvent.Im full of admiration

    As for Dorset, it is beautiful and very quaint. Pretty villages with steep hills down to some of the loveliest coastline in Britain, my uncle and aunt married there,in Swanage.

    Much love to you, Sally xxx

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    1. My precious Sally, you are among my favorites...because you take such time with your thoughtful comments. I very much appreciate your attention.

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  4. Much better to say nothing at all than to create a post simply for the sake of posting. This photo speaks a thousand words; now imagine who lives in each cottage, the elderly lady who has lived in the same street for decades, the retired couple who have downsized, the young couple with their baby, the Londoners who love their weekend bolt hole - now we can make a story! This is home to me, I grew up close to Dorset, our eldest daughter is at University in Dorset, it's a beautiful county. Hope. You had a lovely Easter x

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  5. Dorset is a very beautiful county and one that went to for our Summer holidays as children very often. It is so pretty.
    .... and, I am suprised that you can find any time to blog if you are working 4 days a week ...... you're brilliant !!
    Hope your Easter was a lovely one. XXXX

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  6. Good morning, Marsha...though I seldom comment, I have enjoyed your blog since I discovered it two years ago. It never occurred to me that a writer's blog should be about what others want to read. To my mind, a blog should represent the soul of the person writing it, wherever that soul wants to travel. Follow your heart and those who value your talents will follow it with you.

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  7. Marsha,
    A very Happy Easter to you. I love your blog and look forward to it each and every morning...always the first one that I open! I am so with you on your comments, we all must continue to change and evolve, and you are doing that just beautifully! Love today's post...what a beautiful, simple way of life...one that I yearn for at times. Thank you for posting that lovely picture of Dorset...aaahhh, if only! Have a wonderful day. One of these days I am going to get by your store and shop, just haven't made it by yet. Nancy

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  8. Love the photo! Always read your blog when it appears in my email. I enjoy reading it and knowing we live in the same city. I am along for the ride and taking in the view. Thanks, Vicki

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  9. YEP and YES!
    TRAVEL..........where to begin.........age 7 ENGLAND and HOLLAND.Senior year of high school graduation gift trip to EUROPE many countries visited by BUS!Spent my 18th birthday in MONTE CARLO with a GORGEOUS guy from LOS ANGELES.AGE 20..........experienced SEMESTER AT SEA.............EYE OPENING!EVERYONE should be SO LUCKY to travel around the WORLD at least ONCE on a SHIP...................FLORENCE, PARIS, BELGIUM.......all a PART of my LIFE.
    NEED MORE?YES...........NOT DONE YET!XX

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  10. I totally understand why you are not able to blog as frequently as you did in the past. I really do understand, but I'm missing your blogs like crazy because YOU'RE SIMPLY THE BEST!!!

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Thank you so much for your wonderful comments, each of them mean so much to me. After all, the interaction is the reason we blog. xx's