Since coming back from holiday, it’s taken me a while to settle back into my blogging routine. Would you believe that I had written most of my blog posts back in January, and just queued them all up? I must have been on something!
I’ve been enjoying ‘not needing’ to blog. But beginning to miss this place. And what better way to get back into some sort of blogging routine, than with a Project 365 recap?
It’s April. The last recap I did was for January. So, this’ll be for February and March. And rather than all the photos, I’m being choosy and just picking some of my favourites. If you do want to check out all the photos so far they’re up at my Google+ photo album, and I post some sporadically to my instagram. When I remember.
Without further ado, here’s February and March’s highlights. (In reverse order. Because.)
At the start of this year’s 365 project I was wondering whether consecutive 365’s was a wise idea. After all, I’m still doing the same routine I had for most of last year. It’s definitely going to be more of a challenge this year. But hey, I’ve got to try it. And I’ve learnt a lot since completing the last one.
It’s been a quiet November here at the blog and for me personally. A combination of nothing at all happening and then everything happening at once.
For the first couple of weeks I was waiting for the man to come back from his work trip to the States, where he had been for just about a month. So that waiting part can definitely be classified as the quiet part of the month. A few days after his return my folks came over for their first ever visit to Bahrain. And that’ll be the everything happening at once part of November.
Oh hey, November – you’re here already? I wasn’t expecting you so soon. See, I thought October might have been a bit longer. Well, as long as you’re here, stick around, won’t you.
The weather has finally started cooling down! The couple of weeks in October were lovely. Sure, it’s still in the low 30s during the day. But the evenings have been lovely. Nothing better than sitting on the balcony with a couple of beers, chatting the night away.