Sunny Days & Birthdays!

Good morning readers! Sorry for not updating you guys sooner as I promised, but this week’s a little hectic, with some projects I’m doing, along with a few jobs people have asked me to do. I am trying though… honest. Anyway, if you’re in the UK, you’re bound to have noticed the sudden heat-wave we’ve…

The Evening Post – Issue 18

Evening, faithful readers! How’d your day go? Good? Bad? Ok? Please, answer those questions in your head, or others around you might start to get a little wary of your mental health. Anyway, I said earlier that I’d get round to doing my to-do list, and doing a new batch of cupcakes. You know what?…

Quote Of The Day – Leadership

Just before I start typing up my evening post, I might as well give you my quote of the day! Carrying on with politics, I think it’s essential that the world has strong leaders. Not headstrong, but more of a firm grounding in morals and such things. A man who wants to lead the orchestra…

Photo Of The Day – Seascape 19

Seascape 19 a photo by Mohammed H. Aldossari on Flickr. Well, many of you will be asking ‘Well, where’s all these posts I’m supposed to be getting emails about, huh?’ and I have to say, well done for remembering! Now, I have my reasons for not putting those posts up. In fact, scratch that. They’re…

Photo Of The Day – Cành Mai Trong Nắng Xuân

Cành mai trong nắng xuân a photo by Mademoiselle Gem. on Flickr. The photo of the day by Mademoiselle Gem from Flickr. Words really fail to describe this, and since this picture definitely speaks over a thousand of them, I’m not even going to attempt to do so. All I can say is that it’s…