Month in Numbers | October

I don’t know where October went.  I seem to have blinked and missed it!  Let’s see if October was oarsome {ahem}:IMG_6178During our three days long road trip around the Wiltshire/Gloucestershire borders, we visited 4 new-to-us destinations: Westonbirt Arboretum, Castle Combe, Lacock and Avebury.  We covered some 350 miles, most of which were on beautiful ‘B’ roads.  I took an astonishing 267 photographs.

7 Christmas presents were bought and wrapped … ahem12 years married.  300 lengths swum by me.  1,000 plus images are now in my Instagram feed.  Nineteen scrapbook layouts made; a mix of 12×12 pages and pocket-page designs.  24,754 My highest daily step count; a day where there was an awful lot of to-ing and fro-ing going on.

Month in Numbers is the brainchild of Julie and you’ll always find a warm welcome over at her place. Not to mention entertaining posts about a varied list of topics.  Go on over, stop by and say hello.
You can see my previous Month in Numbers here.

Note to self: work on your stance when shooting straight down …

 

 

4 thoughts on “Month in Numbers | October

  1. 7 presents bought … and wrapped! Oh my goodness! If I were to do that, I’d put them somewhere ‘safe’ and then forget where I’d hidden them until January ;-).
    That step count is mightily impressive – I thought I’d done well when I was in Rome but that pales into insignificance – that really was a lot of to-ing and fro-ing.

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  2. Very impressive numbers & an equally impressive page to honour those numbers. I am saying out loud; 7 Christmas gifts bought & wrapped! You are good (col)

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