It’s amazing how a few days with no wifi can make a big difference to your blogging habits. At first I was having withdrawal symptoms at not being able to get online and check my blog. I couldn’t read anyone else’s blog or comment, and I couldn’t add new blog posts.
Then I started being sensible and decided that it didn’t really matter. I have more useful things to do with my time. With such a small number of followers, and an even smaller number of regular views and comments, I thought I should stop blogging altogether and quietly fade away….
But then I decided that I don’t write this blog for other people. I write it for myself. I like writing, I like looking back on what I posted several months ago. I use it partly as a diary and a log book. So I’m going to write some more posts.
We are in Greece for just one more week until the bost is lifted out the water and gets put to bed in the boatyard for the winter. We are flying back to England in 5 October. I have never really enjoyed the last week on the boat, I find it quite depressing. Everything has to be cleaned and stored, the sails must be taken off, washed, dried, folded and put away in sail bags – I hate that job. Fenders scrubbed, ropes washed and stored. Lockers have to be emptied, foodstuff removed. Bedding has to be washed and put away….
Now I’m back online, I’ll be catching up with all the blogs I follow, and hopefully writing my last few posts from this year’s adventures in Greece……