Wednesday, 10 September 2014

I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky, I left my shoes and socks there, I wonder if they're dry?

 Seaton

 It's been over a year since I last posted. I suppose I just lost interest and felt like there wasn't much point - I really wasn't doing anything interesting enough to share and haven't bothered with dressing up much either, so no outfits worthy of pictures. Life just got in the way - with JB1 going to pre-school and dropping daytime naps, I ended up with no energy or enthusiasm for some things, including blogging. I also didn't know what I wanted to share with the world. Some important decisions have been made and things seem clearer now.

I thought I'd ease back into posting with a few pictures from our recent holiday in Devon.

 Beer

A short (but steep) walk from Seaton takes you over the cliff path to Beer.

Hedges and wildflowers line the path, with fields on the other side.




 Hawthorne berries hint at Autumn.

Beer harbour from the cliff path

I was born in Devon, but some miles further west in Plymouth. We left when I was fifteen months old, so I don't remember the county from then. I spent most of my teens and early twenties living across the border in Bournemouth, where most of my extended family currently live. Though I've visited the Jurassic Coast on many daytrips and a few holidays, somehow this time I felt really at home - I think one day we'll return permanently.