Well what a month it has been.
The visit to North Yorkshire was really good. I’ve already added the waterfall and viaduct photos.
The following weekend was my son’s wedding. A wonderful occasion. I’d been asked to write a poem for the occasion, (which I did and finalised last month), and I read it during the ceremony. The weather brightened up for the photos and everything seemed to go well.
The weekend after that I was away in Spain. As the plane took off, a poem came to me, which i quickly jotted down on my ever ready notebook, and I realised it was my first new poem of the month. The poems have come thick and fast since then. I have one that may be called “These are not my Shoes”, and one called “Time Flies”. Although theres still a possibility of a poem about the very long walk to Mallyam Spout waterfall, and the resultant extremely painful legs! So – lots of work to do now.
To top off the month, I had a lovely time this evening at HOurbank, Dearne, where I had been invited to read some poems from my book. Not only did I get to read, but heard from many people who had, at some point, written poems them selves.
I had some great feedback too.
Tomorrow sees the end of September, and it’s my grandson’s birthday. Looking forward to a busy family weekend, but in honesty, hope October is a little more relaxed.