The Weekend Blog
13th July 2014
I am kicking myself right now. I was suppose to have posted this weekend blog yesterday to fit in with my routine of posting every other day, but I went out last night for a meal with some friends and didn’t get back to my apartment until almost 2am. I certainly wasn’t prepared for a night on Mathew Street but that’s what happened. And so I’m having to post this now. Ah well.
I can’t believe how quickly this week has gone. It’s flown by.
The weather has been delightful, and I’ve been trying to enjoy it as much as I possibly can considering that I don’t have a garden or a balcony. This normally ends up getting expensive as I usually find myself sitting outside a Costa Coffee sipping on a fruit cooler. My bad.
On Wednesday my friend Becky came up to Liverpool to visit, and we caught the train to Crosby beach. Crosby beach is home to Antony Gormley’s Another Place; a piece of modern art with 100 statues along 2 miles of beach. It’s certainly something special to see. I didn’t take my camera because I didn’t want to have to carry it around the shops in Liverpool afterwards, so these photographs are from a previous visit, and so were taken with my old camera.
As I haven’t been up to much else this week, I though I’d use this opportunity to tell you about what is going on in terms of the blog. Well, I’m blogging every other day, which is going really well so far. I’ve created lots of schedules to help keep me organised, and I’m finding that planning and writing my posts in advance is really helping me to keep on track.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all my readers for sticking with me as I diversify the type of blogs I write at empfire. I was getting bored of just writing about my personal life, because lets face it, life isn’t always exciting. I want to be able to write about a wide range of topics that I feel will be interesting or useful to others. I certainly wouldn’t want to just blog about one specific topic, because that’s boring too. However, I will still be writing about my personal life in The Weekend Blog (posted on Saturdays or Sundays) because I think it’s important that we show we are human from time to time.