I tend to forget just who reads my posts. Obviously the folk I blog with regularly read them - I tend to write them mainly for that audience. After all, I think we all choose to put people on our side bar who are on the same wavelength don't we?
But it never ceases to amaze me just who else reads it. Several ladies in the village and in our nearby town for a start. Quite a large group of my friends (hello P and D out there, and possibly A) read it and sometimes send me an e mail to comment on something I have said.
Today I have received an e mail from a friend who sometimes walks Tess for me to say that she has had an e mail from her sister in law in Cambridge urging me to keep Tess. She too reads my blog.
The power of modern communications is amazing.
Of course six months is no time at all in the grieving process and it is only six months since the farmer died - and left me quite suddenly at that. Adjustment takes longer than that and you have to work at it. So to all those out there who are giving me support either directly or indirectly this post is just to say thank you (on the whole you know who you are).