I left for work quite early yesterday. Now I used to do this on a regular basis. I’d get to work about 5.30am/6ish but I’ve been trying to condition myself not to get to work until 6.30am/7ish over the last couple of months.
So I left home about 5.40am yesterday and the colours of the sunrise were absolutely beautiful so I drove like a bat out of hell to a vantage point on the Hog’s Back in Surrey praying that the pinks and oranges and golds wouldn’t fade before I got there.
But the light changes so quickly at that time of day and the beautiful colours had gone by the time I reached the Hog’s Back.
It was still gorgeous, watching the sunrise over the rolling hills. But I had to get to work so I didn’t have time to hang around.
I think the girls have found us a house woo hoo! It’s in the town where we are, (the town gorgeous daughter number one refuses to move out of) and apparently it’s a tatty as hell but it’s all about location, location, location for her so that’s fine.
I didn’t see our current house until the day we moved in, the girls viewed and accepted it, so I am sure I shall be pleasantly surprised by the next one :)
On a complete change of subject, have you ever looked at the statistics on WordPress and seen how people find your site?
I had a look the other day and four … count them, one, two, three, FOUR … people have accessed my site by typing the words ‘naked elderly fun’ into Google.
I can only assume it has referenced my posts about Semi-naked elderly people (again) and Itsy bitsy, teeny weeny bikini that I wrote about the abundance of elderly people taking their clothes off in front of me.
Should I be concerned? People, this is not a geriatric porn site and if that is what you are after, you should probably head somewhere else :)
I’m going to check every so often and see what people type in to Google that brings my blog up. Maybe I should rephrase some terms I use. But I use the word fun a lot. I find lots of things fun.
Anyway, it amused me.
This was the final shot I took yesterday before I headed down the hill and into Guildford. Nice way to start the day.