You’ve stumbled across my blog, my digital scrapbook, my little slice of the big internet pie where I share what is going on in my world. I have a pretty shocking memory, so writing things down helps me keep track of the important things, and gives me somewhere to look back when I have forgotten. From domestic bliss, cooking and watching movies, through gadgets, wish lists and favourite apps, to travelling around and taking photographs, I’ll blog about what is interesting me at any particular moment.

For years I kept a handwritten diary, scribbling away every day. As soon as I heard about blogging, that was my preferred method of journalling, and I’ve had an online presence of some sort since 2002. I’ve tried my hand at all of the options – hosted, hand-coded, free, not so free, I’m keen to try all options. In the end, it’s not about where the words are, but what they are saying that’s more important.

I write about what I do and what I like, and if you do or like the same things, we may just get along.

Given that we’re going to be friends, here are a few things you might like to know: currently living in the UK with my husband, you’ll see him referenced here as Mr C. We’re marvellously geeky, want the world to be a better place, and will do anything to get the future to arrive faster. I work with numbers during the day to support my habit of writing, talking and tweeting words during the evenings.

Creativity and inspiration is always the goal.