Icy Wind

An icy wind howls
and threatens to freeze my bones.
Pale sunshine brings hope.

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I have been down at our boat since last Saturday, arriving there in snow and freezing conditions. There is always an unreliable Internet connection in the marina but this time it was worse than usual and I haven’t been able to get connected since Sunday. I wrote the above intending to post it on Wednesday. We arrived back home yesterday evening so I am sharing it now even though, thankfully, the snow has gone, the wind has dropped and it is a bit warmer once more.



Once more I’m off on my travels. While we are away we will be taking part in the Pedals de Clip classic road-race bike rally in Catalonia, Spain (for more information click here.) As so often Internet access will be variable so I will not be posting here for the next month. I should be back around mid-June. While I’m away I hope to get to grips with the e-book version of ‘Simply Elfje’ and, with luck, have it available on my return.


I shall be off-line again for the next seven days. On my return it is my intention to try to cut down the amount of time I spend on the Internet, so for the foreseeable future I will no longer be posting every day. I will endeavour to post on at least three days a week – Monday, Wednesday and Friday and I hope to still enjoy your visits.

Off Line

No stone today, just a note that I will be away until the end of the month and will not have internet access. I shall try to continue with the January challenge in my notebook and will post a selection of the stones on my return at the beginning of February. I shall miss you all. Happy Stoning!

Time Out

Just a note to let you know that I’m taking a short break as I will be away and possibly without Internet access for about a week. During my absence posts will still appear on my other blog (http://simplyelfje.wordpress.com) and you are most welcome to visit, although any comments left may not be approved until my return.


I waste time
playing Mahjong
while the Internet

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