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Monday, 4 April 2011

High on a hill

Ah, The Grandmother. Where would we be without her?

Not here.


Or here.


Sometimes it takes a shock to remind you what you really want. A couple of hours alone on a sunny day, on a hill we had never had the time to climb.

I want to thank everyone so much for the lovely comments on my last post. Blogland is truly a wonderful place. And those internet strangers? The best.

    17 comments:

    1. Looks like a good place to gather your thoughts. Much love x

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    2. Stunning pictures. I'm glad you got to go on a lovely walk. I've only just seen your last post. It's a perfect marker and it shows a very wise way of blogging. I'm keeping everything crossed for better news for you soon. x

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    3. Sounds like you had a great walk. we had one recently - the first without children in about 8 years. I had forgotten how fast we can walk when it's just the two of us.

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    4. Oh what a wonderful looking place. So glad you have had time for thinking.

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    5. Grandparents are a worldwide treasure.
      Pics are amazing.

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    6. looks like the perfect place to recharge and reflect xxx how lovely of grandmother to enable it xxx

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    7. What super views. It's lovely to be able to get out into countryside like that.

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    8. Beautiful views, I hope they managed to calm you. Wishing you well.

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    9. I'm glad you've had a summit after crisis broke. Air, big air. And not a lonely goatherd in sight? Or was he lowly. Hardly, high on a hill. Lonely, lowly, high on hill. I'm off to bed. Hope you're already asleep!

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    10. That lower image of the dry stone wall is amazing. It's made my eyes go funny.

      So glad you got to blow the cobwebs away.

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    11. I tried to leave a comment on the last post but everything I wrote seemed trite as I can't imagine what you are going through. But here you are getting on with going through it and I wish every day could be as positive for you as that one.

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    12. Oh what a fantastic landscape and view. I'm wondering where it is? Reminds me how good it is to just get out there and walk.

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    13. Looks beautiful...Where are you?

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    14. Lovely photos. I am behind reading your posts, I have conflicting feelings about blog vs diary and what i hold back and what i share. I hope your family are okay with all these cuts. Having worked in public sector I have friends facing some big decisions about taking pay cuts and having to reapply for their own jobs. NOt to mention losing some services we value and use frequently.

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    15. I love my internet people, too. They changed my life.

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