I Must Confess…March Tales
Hiya everyone! Wishing you all a positive start to the week ahead. I know I’m hoping I can actually make it to work for a full day this week after three weeks away – let’s see how I go with that 😉
I wanted to make it a little easier this week with the prompt to link up a post from March 2013. First, you’re always winning when you don’t have to write up something new for a link up, aren’t you? Second, I was interested to see how things have changed for us (or not) during the last year.
Last March we were still planning on building a house; deciding whether to stay in our rental house or find somewhere cheaper; feverishly planning our son’s 9th birthday party; I was struggling at work and finding it hard to be everything to everyone.
Twelve months later we are living in a house we bought after selling our land; have survived our son’s 10th birthday party and I’m still struggling with work and being everything to everyone.
As much as some things change, some other things just stay the same….
So feel free to link up a post from last March so we can see how far you have come…or not, as in my case! If you have been blogging for less than twelve months feel free to link up a more recent post instead. Or, take plan C where you can link up any confession that you like.
The choice is yours – get to it!
– I Must Confess is a link up that runs every Monday and remains live for the whole week.
– You can link up something old or new, we’re not fussy around here.
– Feel free to go with the prompt for the week or add your own confession, whatever suits.
– Please go forth and share the comment love – it is bloggy crack after all!
– We’re always open to suggestions for the weekly prompt!
Next week’s prompt – confess to the popular movies or novels that you should have seen/read but actually haven’t (e.g. I have never seen Dirty Dancing – I know, shock/horror!)
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