a blog reflection

Hello to my intimate group of followers!

It seems I have been running this blog for little over a month and things are settling in quite well. There are currently nine of you who are actively following my blog; I’m so pleased you could join me! And I didn’t expect to achieve quite so much positivity this early on – it’s all relative, haha!

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I thought it might be helpful to share a modest amount of personal info so you – or anyone can get a better concept of me as I blog. I’m nineteen, rolling on twenty in June (tragic). People I meet tend to say that I’m way older than my years, which probably comes as a result of numerous family stresses. We all have baggage, don’t we?

I’ve been experiencing some serious medical issues lately, which means I’m not at Uni. And this leads me on to the blog – my new hobby – since I’m predominantly housebound. For now, let’s just say I’m extremely introverted; I read a lot of books and I enjoy writing about them, I like gardening, baking (mostly sweet things), a country lass at heart, I tend to get fired up when it comes to Politics and the NHS, I enjoy popular television shows, and I spend pretty much 100% of my time with my family.

Thank goodness for the internet because since I don’t have any close friends, I would have otherwise become very lonely – which can still be the case sometimes, but hey-ho!

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Your gardening photos are so pretty, I love daffodils, they never fail to make me smile. I love reading too, though I’m crap at writing about them. Can’t wait to read more of your blog you seem like such a lovely person ❤
    https://scatteredstar.wordpress.com/

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    1. sarah's little bookshelf says:

      Hi Aoife, thank you for your lovely comment! I’m glad you enjoyed my blog post. Thanks for following, and I hope you have a lovely evening 🙂

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      1. No worries hun! ❤

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  2. carolee says:

    What kind of books do you like? Susan Vreeland writes about strong women in various historical periods. Your photos are lovely. Best of luck as you move forward.

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    1. sarah's little bookshelf says:

      Hi Carolee, it tends to vary – but quirky novels with a great sense of atmosphere are my usual favourites. And when I say this, this could be anything really! Though supermarket romance books are a big cheesy no-no!

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  3. Nicculent says:

    This inspires me to be this honest on my blog and YouTube channel.I love this,and I hope you are doing better!Love your blog,and I’d love for you to check mine out too:)Lots of love,keep blogging<3

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