#SilentSunday ‘SIX Things that Happened in March 2021’ #OneWordSunday #haiku

Six little flowers and six little big things which happened this month, because each day is made up of wonderful little occasions which make life’s happy moments. These photos were taken over the last few days during my walks.

Every small flower

Brings a huge smile to my lips

Little things matter

1- My daughter and grandson, who live in Germany, stayed for two weeks.
2- I walked 182 kilometers, an average of 6K daily, which is my best so far this year.
3- I’ve kept up my morning, blogging and writing routine which I planned in January, about 90% of the month.
4- I’ve completed all 3 edits of Blood Moon and a revised edition of All Hallows at Eyre Hall to be published in May and June 2021.
5- I’ve gathered research, planned the main plot and character arcs of Christmas at Eyre Hall, to be published in December 2021.
6- I’ve uploaded my first podcast of a blog post (yesterday’s) on Spotify via Anchor.

This post was written in response to the One Word Sunday challenge on Debbie Smyth’s blog, Travel with Intent. Pop over and join in!

7 thoughts on “#SilentSunday ‘SIX Things that Happened in March 2021’ #OneWordSunday #haiku

    1. Thank you, Norah. I do feel I’m progressing with my novels, and thanks to our partual lockdown I can spend most of my day writing! It was wonderful to spend time with my daughter and grandson ❤

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  1. Hi,
    I love the way you presented your review and I like that you have uploaded it on Spotify. I have been thinking about the same thing and reading what you have done has given me a small tap on the shoulder to get up and do it. I also love the pics. They beam out peace and contentment.
    All the best.
    Shalom aleichem

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