And thank goodness for that. Life is slow in Norfolk, and that’s what I’m after at the moment – my aim in coming here was to get a total break from Manchester, city living and the associated stresses of all that, and so far it’s working pretty well. I went to Southwold with my parents today, took 2 rolls of film, had a baked potato for lunch and a very nice pint in one of the many, many Adnams pubs in the town, got quite cold, walked up and down the beach and did nothing even slightly work related. On Friday, I met up with an old friend in the Feathers, the best pub in Wymondham, and we talked about old times, growing up, how Norfolk doesn’t change and how we can’t possibly have been as immature as her younger brother and his friends. Tomorrow, I’m probably going to take a few more photographs, drink a bit more beer, probably do a bit of shopping and chill out some more. Naomi is joining me on Wednesday for a few days before we go back to Manchester. Life, at least temporarily, is good.

It’s come to my attention that I appear to be top referer for several other blogger’s sites. I’m not quite sure why this is. I’ve updated my stats stuff to see if I can work it out (and as a result discovered that my RSS feed is really quite popular). I’ll let you know what the results are after a few days…

3 Responses to “Norfolk”

  1. cez says:

    Is that by unique users/ips, or by hits? 🙂

  2. chris says:

    It doesn’t show me a hits:IP breakdown on a page by page basis, unfortunately. Currently, the RSS feed is staying slightly ahead of the index page by about 5%. Currently I’m my own top referer 🙂

  3. sarah says:

    hey! I wasn’t complaining 🙂

    It would be interesting to see if having a blogroll does lower the number of visits stats programs register – I might investigate and see if my other top referers use blogroll.