Tuesday, 3 October 2017


This Renaissance Soul is having trouble! Good trouble, it must be said. Having oodles/umpteen/zillions of projects/thoughts on the go all at once is dead daunting, but I don't think I'd have it any other way. Okay, here's my list, in no particular order: 

*****  Nurture friendships and make new ones.
*****  Hold dinner parties. (Never did this before in         
            my life but had a couple for close friends in recent
            times and loved 'em!)
*****  Work on blog - swop bog posts with interested  
*****  Submit mental health articles to organisations.  
*****  Write another article for Lifelights Magazine
*****  Finish the novel in two years. 
*****  Edit my anthology Musings of a Butterfly Brain  
            and e-book it. 
*****  Produce/experiment on artworks for exhibition  
            possibly next year and post on Facebook 
*****  Redecorate the house top to bottom. It's been 
            neglected for so long. (Almost finished the utility
            room, so it's bottom to top, strictly speaking).
*****  Landscape the garden. (There's some archaeology to  
            be done and Husband's railway to build).
*****  Extend and improve Kitty Le Roy's cabin. 
*****  Update Kitty Le Roy's Wild West
            http://www.kitty-le-roy.co.uk/index.html site. 
*****  Research travel destinations, UK and abroad. 
*****  Yoga and pedal more! (I have static pedals when    
            I'm watching telly or doing spider solitaire!)
*****  Organise longer walks and cycling. 
*****  Organise myself better! (Hadeha). 
*****  Research visits to art exhibitions/galleries/concerts   
            (classic and contemporary) /museums etcetera. 

This list is not conclusive by any means, and I do have small/big goals. A visit to Australia, for example. See as much of the world as possible. Finish that ****** novel. Learn to snorkel properly. 


  1. Love it !!! a practical list very much like my own

    1. Hello Valerie! Thank you so much! I've just subscribed to your blog, and by the way, I'm in Alton, Hampshire, and was brought up in Sunbury on Thames, Surrey, not far from you. I'm hoping this gets to you, because I don't think my last meassage did! Jo

  2. Hello Valerie! I've just subscribed to your blog. By the way, I'm in Alton, Hampshire, and was brought up in Sunbury on Thames, Suurey, not far from you. Small world!

  3. Thank you so much, yes !! not so very far from me in Mitcham !!!

  4. Keep up the good work with the articles, editing, and the writing process. I have no idea how you keep it all straight. Your list is very well rounded and reminds me that I need to be creating a list of my own.

  5. Hello Michael. Thank you so much for your kind words, and sorry I didn't respond! Thank you!