A new reality


So I'm beginning to get used to falling asleep to the lulling sound of sheep bells on  a nearby mountainside, the sound of the sea and the sound of the rooster at 5:30 am. Yes, it's very  tranquil and calming on the soul but it does come at a cost. No internet access! The place is so rural that you have to travel to the next bay to get a signal. Or to get a whopper of a satellite receiver. Might end up with the latter as I've got several posts up my sleeve just waiting for a sustained signal. 

Miss catching up with you all and to write about all the little people I'm surrounded by. 

Hopefully it won't be long now. In the meantime... meet my new neighbour. I'm sure it was wondering who that strange creature was on the other side of the fence!


sunshine said…
I miss your lovely posts very much and looking forward to the day you get back with full force. Meanwhile I will be here waiting patiently for your return, did you ever get my mail? Blessings to you! :)
Hi Mariasol, thanks so much for your sweet words. No didn't get your mail yet, but I'm sure it's on it's way. I'm receiving bucketloads of forwarded mail, so I'll keep an eye out for it. Blessings to you too :)
Anna E said…
What a lovely neighbour! :-) And the sounds, you descripe - isn´t that what life is all about? Wishing you luck with the satellite, so you can have "it all" without the cost, you descripe. Love <3
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