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Well, it’s certainly been a while! But I’m back!

I’m not going to get into the ins and outs of whats transpired over the past few years yet (how ever I fully intend to!)
I’ve started sharing my poetry and creations on instagram as @Writings_of_an_ex_Mrs so that should give you a little glimpse as to where things are at now. How ever do not be misled I am no longer an EX and I have literally been on the most epic of poetic love stories I have yet to hear. I’m super pumped to start sharing it with you all.

One of the biggest changes ahead is coming in April 2021 when we (my partner Leon…well, actually FIANCE and I) start the digital nomad journey full time (we travelled to 13 countries together in 2019 prior to Covid hitting, after meeting through the Instagram poetry community!) He’s from England and yes fully equipped with that amazing accent….you can take a sneak peak here for some quick catch up and a major write up in the description section if you’d like …….


We have started sharing little clips to the You Tube shorts section since we filmed a lot of footage to share with our Instagram followers so why not start sharing that before we start with our fuller videos in April!

How is everyone doing!? Let me know in the comments if you’re still around and see this!
I will posting on a consistent basis from here on in and I will be doing some editing to my blog aesthetic too.

“Hear my voice” Alexander Graham Bell and me

Well let me start off by saying Holy Crap! It’s been a month! *does a little happy dance* yes I do little happy dances….

 

I want to share something with you that I found fascinating.  Mr. (Alex) has an hour commute into work every day.  He loves to listen to the BBC and CBC radio during his commute.  In the evening he has some fantastic news bits to share with me.  It’s great lately because all I seem to do is eat, sleep and breathe blogging in my spare time.  News? No time, terrible I know.  At least I have Alex’s daily updates so I can stay in the loop.

 

The other night Alex told me about a piece that he heard in regards to Alexander Graham Bell (scientist, innovator, inventor, engineer and creator of the first telephone).  Up until a few days ago they had not ever been able to hear his voice.  He attempted to make recordings but they were trapped in plastic.  Days ago it was  discovered that the Smithsonian had successfully transferred the ‘recordings’ into audible sound.

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