A Matter of Trust

Questions from , https://earthlycomforts.uk/2023/03/12/a-wild-aloha-to-you-26/

The Dawdler asks.
What’s a typical or average day look like for you from when you awaken to the day to when you retire for the night?
It depends, when I am at work, I will get up, let the dog out, have a cup of coffee. I will spend half an hour editing my new novel. When I get to work during break I have something to eat, and the same for lunch. At home, I write on my blog, have a bath, watching a few hours of TV in the evening.
During the school holidays I have a coffee in the morning, while spending a couple of hours editing or writing my novel. We have two dogs now, which I take for a walk. I have been taking my granddaughter to nursery, tidying up, trying to get my house into some sort of tidiness. The afternoon and evenings are spent working on my website, or watching television.

What has been your most well-received blog post to date, and what made it unique to your blog for it to become so popular? Most of my posts have similar viewings, likes and comments.

Do you trust the internet?
I don’t trust those on the internet, from spam on Word press, to Spam emails, or even something as easy as clicking on a link on social media. So, I tend to take it carefully on the internet, knowing there will people who have other things in mind.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

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