Apologies one and all – I have been very remiss.

Acorns photographed on one of my walks (c) Jane Risdon 2013

Acorns photographed on one of my walks (c) Jane Risdon 2011

I’ve been very bad at keeping things together of late and so must apologise to everyone who has messaged me, followed me, or commented on one of my posts and who has not received any form of acknowledgement or reply from me.  I have been away from the computer and away from writing too so it has not been possible to catch up with everyone and say thanks for reading my posts, following me, and for leaving me such encouraging and positive comments. 

Going to be a hard winter - lots of berries out. (c) Jane Risdon 2011

Going to be a hard winter – lots of berries out. (c) Jane Risdon 2011

So I want to give you all a very big thanks and say how much your interaction with me is appreciated.  I love it – I am so grateful for your time and interest.  It means so much to me.  Thanks.

Horse Chestnuts abound - (c) Jane Risdon 2010

Horse Chestnuts abound – (c) Jane Risdon 2010

I’ve not been out on my usual walks as much this year, since my injuries, so I have delved into my albums and found the photos (featured) to post for you all today.  I do hope you like them.  Autumn is such a wonderful time of year and I have a few favourite places I like to walk and where I take photographs, usually recording the changes in a particular place or with a special tree or hedgerow.

Anyway, thanks again for visiting and leaving your very welcome comments.  I shall endeavour to answer you all eventually; just be patient.

Oh, and I have a short story due to go online on Friday evening (7pm UK).  It is called ‘Changing the Guard.’  I do hope you will visit then and follow the links I shall post at that time.

Enjoy your week,

Jane x

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12 Comments »

  1. Hi Jane, You really don’t have to apologise you know. Everyone understands that sometimes there are periods in your life when you can’t keep doing everything. It happens to everyone. The hope is that you, like me, will come out the other side feeling on top of everything again. I too have been feeling guilty that I haven’t kept up with the things I usually do. Life sometimes gets too difficult. Jim and I are gradually getting used to the fact that our beloved Bailey is no longer with us, but we’ll get there in the end. Your photographs are wonderful as usual, and please don’t feel guilty any more. We love you the way you are. xx
    Phyllis

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