Thursday, April 17, 2008

And it's goodnight from her...

Regular readers will have noticed I have not been particularly blogtastic of late.

A year ago, I was firing on all cylinders, enthused and eager. A year ago, I was writing for a business publisher where creativity was stifled and big words were frowned upon.

Now, working for a newspaper again, I feel fulfilled creatively and no longer have the urge to tip-tap away when I get home. I’m also enjoying the spring evenings with the Grey Mare.

So, for now, I am disappearing from the blogosphere. I may be back – who knows?

21 comments:

Gill said...

so long and thanks for all the fish! I've enjoyed your blog, so I shall pop back now and again to see if you have any other interesting little tales to tell. I'm pleased that your new job is so much more creatively fulfilling though.

Mopsa said...

Far better to get paid for what you love doing! And much healthier to be riding than sitting in front of a computer. I should take some of my own medicine (but doubt I will). All best wishes.

Winchester whisperer said...

I'll miss you M&M, and your GM.

Expatmum said...

Very good news that your job is so fulfilling but I will miss the Morthumberland updates. Will just have to go on the paper's web site.

Expatmum said...

Northumberland even!

Jane said...

I'm happy everything's going well for you. I'll miss your posts!

mountainear said...

gill has taken the words from my, erm, keyboard and said in as many words what I would wish to say.

Best wishes

ziggi said...

I shall miss you!
Enjoy the light evenings - I shall be doing the same :)

Yorkshire Pudding said...

Aw shucks! How come all the best people end up leaving the blogosphere like this? Good luck girl! Been nice "knowing" you. If tyou need nay help with spelling, basoic grammar and suchlike just drop me a line - my fees are very reasonable.

rilly super said...

M&M, I'm pleased you're enjoying your job and life in general. I shall miss you greatly, you've been a good chum.

all the best from Rilly

Karen said...

Such a shame as I love your blog. Glad you're enjoying your new job and the light nights to ride the mare.

Keep in touch on the 'book xx

Semaj Mahgih said...

Oh dear. Well, we can only hope.

Pig in the Kitchen said...

oh dear! well not for you, but oh dear for us left behind. enjoy the grey mare and good luck with happy job!
Pigx

Night Owl said...

I'll keep checking in, enjoy the light evenings with the grey mare :-)

Stay at home dad said...

I know, I know... congratulations on the job. Ho long a year can be yet how short. Good luck anyway and hope to read you again.

GeraniumCat said...

I'm late catching up, work became too demanding for a while. I'm so glad to hear that you're enjoying the new job. I bet you and the Grey Mare are enjoying this spell of glorious weather too. All good wishes to you both.

Iota said...

There is a great rank of bloggers who try to leave, and then trickle back. Great that you are leaving for such positive reasons, and I wish you well. (But could you perhaps try just cutting down rather than stopping altogether?)

dulwichmum said...

What a shame sweetie, I will miss your lovely tales and super photos.

Bx

@themill said...

Did I see you and GM on The Most Beautiful Beach In The World on Monday?

Hadriana's Treasures said...

Hi...will read more of your blog (back posts) I mean. I agree it is a time consuming business this blogdom land! I like blogging but wish I could speed up the process! Good luck with the job! Salve. Hadriana.

Hadriana's Treasures said...

If you ever do come back...there is something waiting for you over at my blog. Greetings. Hadriana