Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Updating and managing my blogs

In the past months I have been adding some more new blogs to the ones already in existence. I have been posting about Arnhem (the city I live in), Wuhan (China, which I visited in May), my garden (dedicated to the many photo's of flowers I have and the garden I started at work) and I've continued to post more of the photo's I took last year in Canada. With the anniversary of Clément's death in less than a months time, I really want to finish that blog and I will. Hopefully I can finish the Quebec chapter (and St. Anne de Beaupré, Stoneham/Tewkesbury and Les Chutes de Montmorency) before september 11. After that Montreal and Toronto will be shown.

I know all this sounds very much like a housekeeper or the conciërge making an announcement and it is to a degree, but moreso it's an emotional statement. I have been feeling better, I would saythat I am in fact really well and rather busy at the moment, but there are days I still struggle with the loss of my beloved.

I'm also still trying to figure out how to post a list of links in the sidebar that will help keep you updated. I'm getting there but slowly. Bear with me!?

Monday, February 05, 2007


My second blog can be visited here http://gmacgmac2.blogspot.com/

Monday, January 29, 2007

I haven't posted in a while but with some luck I will be starting again soon. I'll be posting the remainder of the pics I took in Canada last year and some more recent pics I took here at home and in Englad. So watch this space carefully, as I'll be opening two new accounts for that purpose.

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Voor Susan

Lang zal leven....

Saturday, November 18, 2006

For those no longer among us and for those I love

Some love, some light, some hope

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Final echoe: Caraquet

Let me say it again: Caraquet

All I have to say is one word: Caraquet


The bridge at Miramichi.
I am in love with the wrought iron bridges of North America

Kouchibouguac Park I

Just before I ran out of batteries I managed to catch this little fellow on camera.