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Please don't get lost...it's a cyber home move!

Hello my fabulous darlings! Just a quick note to share some news that I have been quite excited about.......my blog 'Walking In May' is dropping the blogspot address to become walkinginmay.com very soon! Hopefully this change (fingers crossed) in cyber home will help me bring you a better and more permanent blog, so please, please, please, don't get lost and do continue to drop by at 'Walking In May'. In the meantime, the Walking In May Facebook Page will be kept up to date with any details of the move, and I shall still continue writing new posts to publish throughout the transition period. Thank you so so much for your continued support, including every new 'Like' on the Facebook Page as well as Twitter and Google follow.......have a fabulous weekend my lovely darlings!



Until the next time,
May xx

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  1. what a lovely trip dear! I was in Lisbon a couple of years ago, and I have to come back to Portugal. I fell in love with that country.

    Next time, I'd like to recommend you 'Sintra' its 'The Castle of the Moors' is in my top 10 :)

    Love,
    Lorena Be-Bop

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    1. Thank you sweety! I will have to put Sintra on my travel list and I am sure I will go back to Portugal again for another visit....if only to have more yummy Nata tarts!
      May x

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  2. How exciting! I think that getting a custom domain is one of the most important steps any blogger can take for their site.

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. Thank you my dear! Really quite excited with the custom domain move...though proving quite tricky as i am not that tech savvy...fingers crossed it shall work soon!
      May xx

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~Thank you so so much! I love hearing from you and appreciate every beautiful comment. Please feel free to follow and walk with me too.....have a fabulously lovely day my darlings!
Until the next time,
♥ May xx

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