Like most die-hard Londoners, I carried a passport when travelling outside Zone 3 and believed civilization stopped at the M25. So in 2012, when I suddenly decided to up-sticks and move to the country, it came as quite a shock – Not least, as it turned out, to me.

A year later and I was heading back to London with my tail between my legs or rather, at my side, having been adopted / enslaved by a precocious orphan cat, Chairman Meow.

From the highs of rediscovering my hometown to the lows of living, once again, at the bottom of London’s housing ladder, this is the story of what it’s like coming back to the city with kitty.

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  1. A magical scroll arrived by messenger to inform me of the wonderful news: Prodigal Londoner, you are following my blog ramblings.

    I sincerely wish to take this opportunity to thank you. I know you’re probably busy, and there are so many amazing blogs in the blogsphere to spend your time reading, so I’m honoured you wish to spend time reading my posts.

    With my blog I hope to inform, teach and bring smiles to those who read. The main purpose of Diane Tibert’s Dreamer blog is to share my experience in writing and publishing, including operating my own company Quarter Castle Publishing. Since January 2011 I have created more than 300 posts to share my writing obsession. If you are on a publishing journey I hope these posts have made it easier.

    When I’m not talking about the writing and publishing world, I’m talking about my art, my animals (donkey, goats, chickens and ducks), the weather and living in Nova Scotia.

    Thank you for your support.

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