As we say goodbye to yet another month and welcome in a new one. I take a look back over July and reflect on my experiences.
During the month of July I have been enjoying joining in with a whole variety of different linkys and have somehow made it to being top commenter on MarvMondays not just once but twice. Reading all your lovely blogs out there is so much more interesting than watching TV and you never know what you’ll discover. I particularly love learning about all things to do with blogging, parenting and the outdoors.
Often on the blogs you discover things about social media that surround blogs such as Twitter. Twitter is lovely for communicating, discovering new things and joining in with conversations. I particularly love #tribalchat on Twitter but I sometimes forget to join in. Sorry. I’d love to get much better on Twitter and also the other social media platforms.
Another thing I have just started to do is pluck up the courage to contact brands. I’d like to work with lots more and feel like I'm only just starting to scratch the surface. I must be the tortoise out of the tortoise and hare regards blogging right? So much to learn and when I feel I have just mastered one thing up pops another question. I don’t know who/where to pose them too though.
Seeing Friends and Family
July has also been a month of seeing friends and family. It’s lovely to see people when you've all been stuck indoors for so long unable to drive. I've been considering asking people over for a craft session perhaps in the lead up to the big C with drinks and nibbles. Hubby has also been up to London to see family and there was a Geocaching picnic we attended recently so we've enjoyed other people’s company. We were considering going up to the Geolympix over the weekend in Ashridge but alas the thought of long walks with the girls put us off till they are older.
Of course this month has also been peppered with visits to the local surgery and a trip to A & E for me. Yes I did fancy getting out of the house but not in an ambulance! Thankfully the wound looks to be healing up and this weekend has allowed me to have some more sleep as hubby has had a long weekend off.
So farewell July you've brought us some lovely moments as well as a few challenges. Here’s hoping the month of August will bring more wonderful times.
How did July treat you?