Summer Lovin'

Here in the UK, the school summer holidays are about to start. I’m taking most of this period off work to spend with my boys, so will be blogging less from now until September. My boys are 2 and 5 years old at the moment, and I’m really looking forward to doing a whole bunch of daft stuff with them while they are at such a fun age. (Any top tips on rainy day options, or things to do in the garden, gratefully received!)

So, the plan for the next few weeks looks like this, all around the loose theme of “summer”. I make no promises about posting every time – priorities!

Mon – Silliness, Stuff and Nonsense (I have some zombie/slug issues still to get out of my system… and don’t even ask about zombie slugs)

Wed – Haiku City

Thu – Throwback Thursday (a poem from the archives)

Fri – “Love”… yeah, I’m keeping this one vague to keep my options open!

A wee insight into my process – I literally have none of this written yet. As ever, I’ll fly by the seat of my pants, and use these prompts and “deadlines” as a spur to my creativity. Let’s hope it all works out… (I’ll still contribute to Ronovan’s weekly haiku challenge too, although I may have to submit late with some.)

Hope you can join me, and hope you have a great summer (even if it’s winter where you are 🙂 ).

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Author: Al Lane

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9 thoughts on “Summer Lovin'”

  1. Our summer is quickly coming to an end. We’ve got one more month until school starts for my boys. But we’ve made the most of it recently. Have fun during your holidays and keep cool. ?

  2. Oh, goodness, yes! You should definitely spend more time with the boys. 2 and 5 are such adorable ages, and they will be grown before you know it (sounds cliche but I swear my boys were that age just yesterday and now they’re 17 and 19). Looking forwarding to whenever you post!

    1. Thanks Teresa. Am planning to get on top of some scheduling for a change! I also play rhyming games with the five year old for inspiration sometimes, so it’s all sort of connected 🙂

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