Apr 11, 2015

The start of the Welsh Week!


Finally it's here, today is the start of my Welsh Week! As some of you might know, Tanya is from Wales. I went to visit her in December and had a great time. It was my first time in Wales and I fell in love with the country and the wonderful people. A few weeks after I got home, while we were talking about my stay, Tanya and I decided it would be a good idea to organize a Welsh Week. That was when my journey began. I've had so much fun browsing the internet to find things to share. I've also asked for help on social media. There's so much talent in Wales and the people are unbelievably kind.

Everything on my blog the next ten days will be related to Wales. We'll review the most amazing books. The four of us have all read stories that have been written by Welsh authors, so we can feature as many of them as possible. I've found such talented Etsy sellers and have discovered lovely web shops filled with beautiful products. There will be plenty of reviews, guest posts, interviews and giveaways. Everyone who's part of the Welsh Week has contributed something. People have been generous with both their time and products.

I'm so proud of my event. It's the first time I've organized something this big and I've worked very hard. I'm hoping to surprise you with the most beautiful and amazing features. Enjoy and be amazed. 

Cwtch, Suzanne

11 comments:

  1. Sounds good! I'll be here for your posts :) Wales sounds fantastic!

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment and for being here :). xx

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  2. I'm really looking forward to this. I'm sure it will be bendigedig

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    1. Me too, it's so much fun! Cwtch and thanks for the idea <3

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  3. Sut ydych chi Suzanne? My Mum is Welsh & a Welsh speaker & we grew up in her home village high up in the mountains of Snowdonia. Cwtch (hug/safe place/blessings) to you too!

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    1. That's fabulous, thank you so much for your lovely comment! Cwtch back :). x

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  4. ooh very interesting! my dad is from north wales and we still have relatives there so visit often! diolch i chi xx

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    1. That's great, I bet it's beautiful there. I can't wait to visit during the summer and see more of the countryside.

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  5. i won't miss such an event it's both really interesting and so original too i can't wait to see all i will discover so thanks in advance

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    1. Thank you for your lovely words, I've had so much fun organizing it all :).

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  6. Thanks for organising such a lovely event, and highlighting the huge talent and wonderful-ness of Wales and the Welsh.
    Diolch, Amanda. x

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