My Months of September & October – 2018 Edition

Regular readers may have noticed that I’ve taken a little break from blogging for the last couple of months. That’s mainly because life has got in the way, and I basically ran out of time, energy and inspiration. This isn’t going to be a normal full post, but I just thought I’d check in and let you know I’ll be back soon, and share a few photos from the last couple of months so you know I’m still here! (You can also follow me on Instagram for more regular updates and photos.)

The biggest thing I’ve done since my last update is spend a week on the most wonderful retreat in Umbria. It did me the world of good, and I’ll try to write more about it at some point.


I’ve been to visit a client in Italy/Switzerland, for the third time this year.

I spent a weekend in the Netherlands, with one day in Dordrecht for the wedding of some dear friends, and another day wandering around the canals of Amsterdam consuming stroopwafels and cheese (not at the same time).


I’ve been doing quite a bit of flying, as ever. The R44 highlight was flying to Billesley Manor Hotel.


I’ve also been busy learning the ropes on the PA28.

When I was up north visiting my grandparents I discovered a wonderful bookshop in Alnwick, Northumberland called Barter Books. Bibliophile heaven.

I spent a few days in Minehead staying in the most gorgeous thatched cottage with my parents and our lovely dalmatian Sally. (I worked the whole time, mind you)

And back home, I’ve been enjoying plenty of walks in the autumn sunshine, evenings in the local pub and various gatherings with friends.

My list of draft posts has spiralled out of control, but I’ll slowly start working my way through writing them up as and when I’m able to!

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