sayonara

writing calls

sayonara now

for a while

These latest sunset images are from two nights ago when the sun bade its glorious daily farewell to us at Ricketts Point. I have to bid a temporary farewell to you my blogging friends who have been sharing such creative and educational haiku plus poetry, photos and stories with me during these 3 years I have been blogging.

I have to stop procrastinating about completing the initial draft of my first novel. That means I have to seriously rationalise my time and that in turn means minimising my time spent on the internet. Thus  a halt to blogs and blogging and all those other fascinating things the internet throws up daily.

So its Sayonara, a longer goodbye as the Japanese would say until we meet again in WordPress space towards the end of our HOT Australian Summer in 2018.

 

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15 thoughts on “sayonara

  1. Gorgeous photos as ever Denis. We will miss you, especially those of us in the One-a-week Photo Challenge. I completely understand your need to focus and wish you well with your writing. I’m looking forward to hearing more about your novel in due course. Have a wonderfully productive time. Sayonara.

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  2. Lisa at Greenbow

    Best of luck getting your book done. I will miss your gorgeous photos of a part of the world I will probably never see and the words you so eloquently put together.

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  3. Sayanora Denis, we wish you fun in completing your first draft and look forward to hearing more about it when you are ready. A big pat for Maggie and we wish you and your family a wonderful festive season and a very happy start to the new year :o)

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  4. Beautiful photos and I love the pelican. Wishing you daily visits from your muse and heaps of success with your first novel and lots of restorative walks with Maggie. Looking forward to reading all about it sometime next year – no time pressure there then!!! All the best, Agnes.

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  5. What a surprise…I didn’t know you had started a novel. I understand your need to focus. I’ll miss your posts though. Wishing you, your novel, and your family all the best 🙂

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  6. Stunning photos Denis, especially that first one. Will miss your wonderful haikus and photos, and your progress updates for young Maggie, but hope to hear about your book next year and see you back on board the blogosphere when you’re ready. All the best! 🙂

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