So that was an interesting day with the Portland ghost hunt and I ended it with a walk on the beach as you can see. 🙂
We had a few people say it was faked, I assure you it wasn’t. We had no idea till we got home and nothing was done to any of the images. At all. My friend who took those pictures showed a certain group on facebook … they want more proof, fair enough. 😉
Then thing’s got weird …
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My friend and I did our preparations in case we did get confronted by any energy or spirit while out and about and that is asking for the light to protect you…
So we left and firstly decided to pop down to church ope cove to see what energy we could find at the old 13th century ruins half way down and we walked down the steps to be greeted by this. 😉
Can’t get much better than that! 🙂
Did we find anything? …
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Blog stats… looking better than they have in a while and I am grateful to every one of the visitors. 🙂 Thank you. Do keep coming back and add a comment or two when you can. 😉
What stats matter and what do you work with?
That depends on the aim of the site and your goals ultimately.
So, what will I be doing to improve things here? Why? … and will you stick around? …
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It’s that kinda weather again, spring really is on the way. Though I lost my biking partner I am still looking forward to getting out on the bike as my chest/rib pain seems to be clearing up.
Better dust the bike off… 🙂
I am definitely getting out on it today and have a ride around the island, get some fresh air and get my fitness levels kick started again, amazing how much of it I lost due to rib issues.
This may interest you …
Tomorrow a friend is coming to Portland for something a little different, at least to me, it is a first for me… A little ghost hunting. 😉
There are several places on the Island we can check out, as he is here in the morn we can have a look about during the day. Have you ever hunted them?
Here are the places I think may be of interest … and do you have any suggestions?
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In stormy times you need something to tie you down … 😉
We all have that something we do that grounds us, makes us feel comfortable, safer, less stressed and that thing’s different for all of us, depending if it’s a mental or physical thing, or both.
Many like to hit a gym, or run, or box or something of that nature. Many like to read books or write a diary or similar. Some may do two different things at the same time for both mind and body. I know of someone who runs while listening to empowering audio books. 🙂
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Signs are everywhere in life… 😉
The warning signs are often the strongest and too important to ignore especially in relation to people. Gut instinct is always right and you should listen to it, always. Everyone knows your gut has no reason to lie to you.
I’m sorry I didn’t take more notice of mine over the years as it was correct everytime. Every single time. Even with friends over the years, right back to school. Some have not changed a bit at their core. You will notice it yourself once you realise the traits and patterns, they will fit with people you know and some will completely surprise you.
The problem is we don’t like to judge people early yet we will do it anyway, we make snap judgments naturally based on first impressions, even if we knew the people we don’t know them like we think we do. They project what they want you to see.
Patterns start to appear as we get to know them better and these refine our judgment, at times it can turn 180 degrees and they cause it but they don’t realise it! That’s a big shift!
What’s interesting now is the fact we have all the information at our fingertips to help us understand people and their traits better, which will help us deal with different people better in our lives, now and in the future, in any given situation. Surely it’s an important thing understanding people better, for your own self preservation. Yet we rarely utilise this wealth of information.
Why is that?
I think I have an idea why … and is there a catch 22? …
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