It is just possible that Spring has come to my part of the world at last. Today I glanced out of an upstairs window and sitting on a telephone wire was the first swallow I have seen this year.
I made a note of my first sighting in 2011, 22nd April, so almost back on schedule this year. Last year I only became vaguely aware of the odd one flying around in June so I didn’t note the date.
As for daffodils, they are still a rare sight.
I found posterous.com an easy way to record my random thoughts and so this WordPress blog fell by the wayside, but posterous has failed me and countless others by ceasing to exist as of April 30th 2013. A great shame on Twitter!
However this has spurred me to transfer all my posts from posterous to this site and hopefully it will make me more productive here.
I found the whole process of transfer very easy using the tool provided by WordPress and so congratulations to them.
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