Who am I?

I’m a blog-hopper.  I divide my life between Warsaw and Potato Point and I separate the two lives by operating a confusion of blogs, starting a new one when I leave Australia, and returning to the old Australian one when I come back. Although being babcia draws me to Poland, warsaw2015 is not a grandmother blog (mostly). I’ll be documenting my developing relationship with Warsaw, and occasionally other Polish places, in photos and words.

I hope you’ll join me as I head off to the northern hemisphere for six weeks from late January, and another six weeks in May – June.

 

If you want to see Warsaw through earlier eyes you can trawl through

http://fivemonthsinwarsaw.wordpress.com/

snow

 

 

http://55daysinwarsaw.com/

bell square

 

 

http://morselsandscraps2.wordpress.com

This includes an insanely brief journey through Slovenia, Croatia, Budapest, Vienna and Prague as well as two months in Poland in 2014

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For a taste of my life at Potato Point, check out Potato Point treasures 

 

or laze around at

http://morselsandscraps.wordpress.com/

http://morselsandscraps3.wordpress.com/

 

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9 thoughts on “Who am I?

    • A great time in Warsaw, thanks Paula. The twins are good fun and talk mainly English to me, thank goodness. As to blogs. I start a new one each Warsaw visit, catering for myself rather than my followers – I had no followers when I began this dividing up! The blogs were just an online record. At home it will be snippetsandsnaps now – no more posts on morselsandscraps. Forgive me! And how are you? Did you celebrate your birthday well

      • Good to hear that all i ls well over there :). I’m curious about your photos from Warsaw so I’ll stop by again. I did celebrate it nicely, but the week is so busy now. Take care Meg

  1. well Meg – somehow I meandered here form a few blog clicks – and I think I used to follow one of the morsels and scraps blog – and by the way = I like the way you do your blogging – very personal and that is what it should be – have a great time in Poland

    • Welcome to my worlds. And thank you for appreciating my very personal approach. I sometimes wonder whether it’s pure self-indulgence and lacking in substance, but I find non-personal pieces very hard to write. I’m off to visit you now, on a rainy Warsaw morning.

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