Just a quick note for all regular and new readers alike - I will be back to posting very soon. I certainly haven’t got bloggers block! There’s just a lot going on at the moment. I’m sure all bloggers have this from time to time and my family does have to come first so I’m sure you will all understand. I hope you are all enjoying your gardens, birds and wildlife at the moment.
I had begun to sort out my photos from my visit to see the Cambo snowdrops and it looks like they will take two postings! So yep… definitely no shortage of postings to come and I have a few in mind for this month already.
Before the end of the month I plan to take part with this month’s Design Workshop at Gardening Gone Wild as the topic is Wildlife in the Garden. I am looking forward to joining in with that and perhaps you might like to too. If you do just pop over and leave a comment on this posting and from there you will be able to browse other blog posts too. I do think this will be a very popular one! Perhaps I’ll see you there.
Blooms are assured from my garden for this month’s Bloom day on the 15th and once again you can see the blooms from a wide variety of gardens and perhaps even take part. Pop over to May Dreams Garden and Carol’s posting on the 15th to join in the fun. It’s great to see the differences in gardens across the world or even the country you live in.
I feel apologies are necessary to many garden bloggers who I haven’t visited/left comments to in a while. There are so many great blogs out there and I feel have made many friends. Blogs as well as having a wealth of info also have a strong social community which I have found it great to be part of.
Stepping into the blogging world after being a follower of blogs and regular commenter can be both a scary and exciting prospect. I didn’t start out like that but I do know someone who did. ShySongbird has been following and leaving comments on my blog for a little while now. It is great to see regulars in comments as well as new ones. I was thrilled when she mailed me to say she had started a blog of her own ShySongbird’s Twitterings. I wish her all the very best with it.
If you have ever considered this step why don’t you pop over to see how ShySongbird is getting on? I’m sure she won’t mind telling you if you were to ask her any questions. She is loving it! She could tell you how she has found the whole experience too. In her profile she says: I have been interested in nature since a little girl and have always enjoyed watching the birds in my garden and elsewhere. This blog is a record of my observations of birds and nature in general.
The photo above was taken at Cambo on February 28th 2009.