There are other writers in my large, extended family. The five Waters siblings had twenty-seven children, each with strong opinions and eclectic interests. Their views do not always align with mine and many of the interests are very different.
I have a cousin or two that have developed an interest in following my newsletters, one of whom sends me fairly regular feedback and commentary. Maybe I will cobble his e-mails into an article or two.
And then there is Simon Hunt. I always refer to Simon as my nephew. In reality, he is a cousin’s child. Thirty years ago, we met him at his family home in Bristol and he adopted us. Without his help, I could never have developed this web site. He is the web master and he hosts me on his servers. You can visit his web services page at https://www.ovaltwo.com. I am sure that he would like At Waters Edge site to be a little more artistic before launching. However, I just wanted to get started. It will get more visually exciting, maybe a bit more like Simon’s other professional web site that he uses to promote his wedding photography business. https://www.photographybysimon.com
I hope that they all choose to contribute and help make your visits to At Waters Edge more entertaining.
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