It’s fair to say the blog has been a bit quiet of late due to unforeseen circumstances and dealing with the fallout of that..
However, this coming week will see the The Wondering Brit finally leave the beautiful countryside of Devon and moving away for good..
Believe it or not, I can’t wait!! If I had come to this area for any other reason than I did, I’d probably do everything I could to stay here.
So… moving on.. to a place closer to London and work…
With the aide of top twitter bird @Natalief_x I have been able to retain the ability for the most part to stay internet ready and when not – I’ve been able to do the work I’ve needed and upload via alternative sources.
You may also notice I’ve had a little time to work of the TWBrit logo’s in preparation to an entire overhaul of the blog coming in the not too distant future.
There is still much to do in this regard and hopefully The Wondering Brit will become a far more interesting and possibly even funnier read.
A special thanks (which I really don’t want to give) has to go to Gabsatrucker for administering my blog and at times even twitter etc to keep things going strong.
Loraine has been great support too and has been a stalwart follower of this blog almost from the beginning.
WKD I haven’t seen since January and has been missed and while I’ll no longer be able to blog about her work, I hope she becomes a contributor of sorts over time.
Went past my friends K&J last week as I had to be in Exeter for various reasons, to basically update them and say I’m moving on – but sadly the tell-tale sign of their Jag was missing and no one was home.
Going over to Cullompton yesterday evening to say some goodbyes and the electric window wire in my car door snapped… so with the aid of the Gregory’s workshop, a large piece of wood and a full disassembly of the car door, I now have my window back up and that will do for now
Twitter’s @Ritchhh has been a formidable help and much of what is now being achieved is being done so in no small part by him… He’s also been (along with Gabsatrucker) a grounding set of shoulders and good advisor – give him a follow if you use twitter.
Beyond all this I must give a heartfelt thankyou for the friendship and counsel of Sue Black, a great friend and an inspirer of the mind. Other people whom have an amazing ability to inspire are Joanne C, Dave from across the road, Claire Lewis, @howlatthemoon and Fenny for firing away constructive options… Infact most of these people I respect highly! (strangely, most of these people are Brown Coats)
Right, I must dash, I have a place to pack up and box asap…
Please feel free to donate as this is all happening on a shoe string and is a little tooth and nail to say the least. Certainly with the loss of my battery drill, some furniture will be abandoned… my fault for making it so darn sturdy in the first place.
My next post will be when I’m settled…
Thanks to everyone for their support, if you donate I’ll say a warm thank you now – if you don’t that’s more than ok