Remember to set your clocks back an hour tonight and enjoy an extra hour in bed.
Looking back over the summer what have I done. Well there has been Attingham Park weekend with Wrekin Writers that was inspirational.
There has been poetrystreet and finding another link on that website Mypoetry4U. There has been a confidence building session when I attended Drayton Writer's Open Mike day in June.
I have been to my very first pop concert of Boyzone and thoroughly enjoyed that.
September I was busy with the Cancer Research UK Relay for Life event in Shrewsbury. (See previous blog posts)
Two weeks ago I attended a Macmillan Cancer Voices conference in Gatwick.
Last week I was at Westminster for Breakthrough Campaign Advocacy Network (CAN) where I lobbied my MP and asked a question to Professor Mike Richards.
Now winter is heading our way what will I do? I will continue to work on my writing and get my book published.
The leaves are turning red on the trees and the season is going to be colourful. My language most probably will be too as I challenge myself in many different ways with my writing and what I expect of myself.
Next month I will be going on my first ever writing retreat and I am really looking forward to this experience. I have learnt a lot but realise I have so much more to learn.
The biggest lesson I have learnt over the summer is not to be afraid to ask questions or seek advice when not sure of how to approach something.
I have received wonderful support from my writing group and I know this will continue.
I am not sure what the future holds but one thing for sure is I love writing, meeting people and helping others.
December brings the chance to have various meals out with friends and socialising. The biggest thing I have learnt this year is money doesn't matter a rich person is one with many friends. I am so lucky to have wonderful friends and therefore my life is very rich.
Best wishes to everyone over the winter months and see what we can all achieve with whatever our goals are.