The End of the Road

As some of you may already know, we have finally put our motorhome in storage and moved to a new house on 14th December, just in time to celebrate Christmas in more comfort, which was absolutely lovely.

We will not be travelling again until the Easter holidays and I am hoping to resume work in the New Year, so I have decided not to renew my subscription to this site.

I wish you all the best for the New Year and indeed the new decade. Happy 2020 and Happy writing!

24 thoughts on “The End of the Road

      1. So sad yes the fees and the memory are a bit up I am at 74% so will see next year. I will missed my biggest supporter but life goes on and wish all you and your family the best. Cheers

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  1. Year end is a good time to make a transition. I wish you all the best in 2020, with your new vision. Still, I will certainly miss you here, Fatima! 😦

    I hope to see you here and there on Facebook and other blogs.


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    1. I’m afraid so. We won’t be travelling for a while, so there’s no point in renewing subscription at the end of this month. I don’t think I’ll blog about our Easter break either, as we are just going back to the same fishing lake we go every year and I’ve already written about it several times.
      Thank you for caring, for your loyalty and your kind comments over the last couple of years. I have enjoyed reading your blog and will continue to do so. All the best with your writing, your business and everything else. 👍❤

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      1. I saw the posts, but was hoping you would change your mind. When it comes to the point of deciding not to renew right before expiration though, I know you’re really 100% serious!

        Will you still be on Twitter at least?

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  2. Wishing you both all the best in this new year in your new home. 😘 💕 I will certainly miss all of your interesting travels Fatima. You know, you could do free WordPress…I’ve never had any fees to pay on mine for almost 9 years.

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    1. Thank you, Karen. I have tried the free version twice before, but after a while, I got a communication saying I have run out of free allowance and need to pay. And it isn’t so much the fee, but the fact we won’t be travelling in motorhome so much any more. We are planning a trip to Florence in the spring, as I’ve been wanting to visit this cultural Mecca for a long time, but we’ll fly there instead and treat ourselves to a nice hotel. 😉

      Happy New Year to you too.❤

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  3. Fatima,

    For William Henry Saysell (1886-1915), do you know who his grandfather was? Also, did he have a brother named Charles?



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    1. Hello, Dave, and thank you for getting in touch. I’m afraid I don’t have the Saysell family book here, as it belongs to my in-laws and they live in France. Because of the Corona Virus, I don’t know when we’ll be able to visit them, although we were hoping to go in July and I could have a look then. Sorry I can’t be of any more help for now. In case you’re interested, the book is called “The Saysell Family: A Study” by Alan Heselden. Hope this helps. All the best.


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