A Friendly Thankyou

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It is coming up to the second anniversary of my website and blog.
I wanted to thank everyone for visiting over the past two years. and there has been some good news to pass on about visitors.
In May I had  many more visitors and a number of records were made. There were 2684 total visitors for the month of May and there was a huge volume of 125 vistors on one day alone. Interestingly,  a few days ago, there was very high activity of people viewing the individual pages. Usually, the  newest entry of the blog and  the guest book gets looked at in popularity but again the trend has been that more people look at other parts of the blog also.
This experience of writing on the internet to a potential audience has meant that I can talk about many different subjects which really interest me. It  inspires me to research as well.  It also allowed me to put some poetry on the site.
One huge inspiration has been to begin to tranform my  real garden. I wrote about devoping a fun filled garden outlook on life. This has been transformed into a real garden activity with plans ultimately of bringing more butterflies into the garden and placing ceramics into it as well.
I would love to know who the real people are who visit the website? If ever you respond to any of the blogs, it would really making the website even more interesting.
Here are the plans that I have about the next three months.
  • Taking Christian Art outside in the Cornish beaches and moors.
  • Looking for unusual photos of the everyday.
  • Creating a little piece about the " Dock Dung China" which I call Willow Pattern.
The internet creates access to so much information that the brain can be overwelmed with the noise and image output. My human spirit needs quietness for a place of reflection and  for comfort to thrive. I want my website to reflect this and create a place of peace and enjoyment. I don't want to add to the noise but create an effect like a garden online where people can sit and  have some rest.
The photograph above is one of my favourite ones in the grounds of Cotehele House in Cornwall.  It represents what I want my website to feel like when a person visits.
Thankyou again for visiting and please do return. 


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  1. Colette Usher

    Very interested in your work, particularly in `Dock Dung China' - I collect it and make mosaic collections. Look forward to seeing your ¬Willow Pattern'!

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