26 June 2018

Promotion


I know that some of you are waiting with bated breath for Part Two of Yorkshire Pudding's fascinating foray into the world of telecommunication. However, just as when  we are watching a gripping TV programme, our enjoyment is frequently interrupted by commercials and this post is an unashamed commercial for a blog recently launched by my surrogate sister in Colorado. It's called "The Autumn of My Life" and it's by Donna (aka Peace Thyme).

Peace Thyme has had other blogs so "The Autumn of my Life" is a kind of re-launch. She may need a little encouragement to keep her new blog going. After all, there's little point in blogging if hardly anyone is reading your blogposts.

This is what Peace Thyme says in her sidebar - "I have always thought I had nine lives. I think I have now used up seven. I tried very hard in the first 70 years to be a great daughter, friend, wife, mother, educator, volunteer and citizen. I am looking forward to the next 20 years, if I should be so lucky. So this blog will be about remembering and about looking forward. Want to come along?"

To visit "The Autumn of My Life", please go here:-  https://peacethyme2.blogspot.com/

14 comments:

  1. You are generous YP xx

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    1. However, I don't think "Going Gently" needs any advertisement!

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  2. Thanks for the head's up, Yorkie. :)

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    1. I hope you enjoy your visits to Donna's place.

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  3. Yes, thanks, Mr. Pudding.

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    1. You paid her a visit Mr C! I hope that her husband, Big Bear, wasn't around!

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  4. How kind of you to help and I appreciate hearing about her blog. I'll check it out.

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    1. I see you have been over there Bonnie. Good that you have a Colorado link yourself.

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  5. I enjoyed your telephone post and I remember my grandparents answering their phone "5860".
    You gave me a nice little trip down memory lane.

    I'll be sure to check out peacethyme2

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    1. Happy to have jogged a nice memory Kylie.

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  6. Oh my goodness, little brother. I wondered late last night what the hell was going on? Before I fell into slumber, I checked and had a couple of new visitors. Sweet! Then, this morning I got my coffee and settled down for a look at what I thought would be Telephone, part 2 and look what I saw!!! What a surprise!

    I think my surrogate brother is a rascal . I thank you so much for sending some of your wonderful friends my way to view my new little blog. Now you know, since you have been so thoughtful and kind to me always and especially with this magnanimous gesture, I can never quit blogging agin like I did with the last blog before my eye surgeries. Sneaky, little brother.

    Now, why don't you help me pack boxes today like I help you by bringing lunch when we go for our walks? A bottle of white would be great, too!

    Sweet brother!

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    1. I am trying to get a flight to Denver to help you pack your boxes but I am a little afraid of how you might lambast me for giving a "shout out" for your blog Sis!

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