>I made the journey in record time, left Mom’s and Dad’s at 10:30am and was home by 12:15pm. I think that’s the fastest I’ve ever done it. The weather was kind, although there was snow lying in places as I got further north, the traffic was even better, and I got home in time to chill a while before work today.
So, back to the old grindstone. Today I’m back at the office and in mad production on the magazine as 3 x 4-page articles were pulled and we’ve had to replace them post-deadline and work on some of them ourselves.
I also need to crack on with Voices from the Dearne Valley. The deadline is looming, I know I have to do it, you know I have to do it, so we’ll just have to take it as read that that’s what I’ll be concentrating on over the coming weeks. I also have a new proposal I want to submit at the same time. Plus there are various chapters in 2 novels to be working on, the competition entry that’s due in this Friday, and everything else still on my To Do list for February.
Because I’m quite busy now I’ll leave you with a very small selection of pictures from the weekend. (I’m keeping others in case of publication).
Here is our hotel, the Fishguard Bay Hotel:
And, as usual, to prove I was there and to give perspective, here I am with the standing stone circle above the harbour. I’m 5′ 4″, the stone to my left is about an inch taller than me, the one to my right is about 6″ taller: