It’s been a long time coming, but at last it’s done, I’m so happy to show you around the newly designed website. It seems appropriate to be making these changes as we move into autumn here in Normandy, the season that is all about metamorphosis.
We have changed so much and kept so much too!
This little blog has evolved a great deal since I first created it nearly seven years ago. I could never have imagined all the doors that would be opened for me, simply because I started writing a blog.
I often talk about reinvention here on the blog, and how fortunate I have been, in the way that my blog has given me a bigger reinvention than I had imagined.
I have made new friends, both virtual and for real, and I have found myself in places and situations that without the blog I could never have experienced.
So that is why I like to keep the blog up to date and looking fresh. Because we all need a little boost now and again, and reinventing our surroundings gives us just that.
Here you are on the blog page, if you subscribe this is where you’ll land each time you open our newsletter, but I’d love to show you around the rest too.
There is a page for the videos; for the book; for the blog; a page to say bonjour; a page with information about the tours, a brand new page offering prints of photos from the blog and there is one more surprise page … you can take a sneak peek now but the big reveal will come this week.
I wanted to include more for you to enjoy but keep it streamlined for your comfort. I wanted to bring you more photos of life here in France, and that’s why the blog page layout has been slightly changed.
And because I could never have done this alone, a big thank you to Shannon for sorting the technical stuff to Shari of Little Blue Deer Design for creating the new logo and to Hana, who I’ve been lucky to have working with me since the summer and who you’ll be hearing more about very soon.
So make yourself a coffee and stay a while and if you have a moment then feel free to let me know what you think of the new design