The road ends here but the journey starts

After a lot of thought and tea drinking I’ve decided that this is to be my last blog post as Mrs Fox’s Finery & Fancies for a while .
As you all know I love having my blog and getting to share my passion of vintage clothing, history and parts of my life. The best thing has been meeting some great people from all over the world but I have decided that now is the time for me to start spending some more time in the real world and simply enjoying the work of other great bloggers out there.

You may have noticed a theme in my blogs that they are generally light hearted and free of controversy or politics. The reason for this was I wanted it to be a happy space for anyone and everyone to come and visit. It’s become my own little corner in the big world wide web with none of life’s daily downs to rain on it.
The blog has turned into a great achievement for me but it’s had its drawbacks. As I need to have someone to proof read everything I do I have to rely on somebody else’s time to view the piece (the wife that is!).  A few months ago I started an amazing new job in Soho, London. I love it but unfortunately it takes up a lot of my time and means I’m out the house for around 13 hours a day and spending the little time I do have on the laptop is no longer as easy as it once was.
So I hope you have enjoyed the journey with me and I thank you all for following. It’s something I never thought I would do and I’m so pleased I did. But I’m looking forward to going out to amazing places and seeing them through my eyes not my camera phone. Not seeing everything I plan in my social diary as a blog story and bringing myself back to who I am and always have been an old fashioned girl who still writes letters.
I’m going to spend the hours I get back with my wife, friends, learning to sew and doing a passion I havn’t talked about once on the blog – Singing. I will of course still be doing my fairs – I love a good day out! I may even get time to set up that on-line shop!!
I’m at home in my little world, with no news, the latest fashion trends that I don’t care about (I have only ever worn what I love) and technology I’ve always been behind on and that’s ok with me as I catch up in the end. I’m starting an adventure of my own.
Take care all and hope I see you on my travels when I’m out in the real world x
Mrs Fox 2014

7 thoughts on “The road ends here but the journey starts

  1. I can understand your decision, my new job brings me to my limits, too.
    I wish you and your wife all the best, maybe we will meet someday in the large large internet again.

  2. I feel sad! I work from home organising the fairs and trying to sell our vintage wares online – it can be quite isolating. I have really enjoyed reading your posts, and following a “southerner” and how you do the vintage thing down there! I wish you all the best – in your job and your marriage; they are more important (and not in that order btw). And good luck with the sewing.
    Dont forget to look us up if you are ever in our part of the world – we are very close to St Andrews, but Edinburgh is only 40 miles away. Its a beautiful part of the world. Bye for now xx

  3. I have always enjoyed your posts and pictures. I’m glad I discovered your blog and I’m a little sad to see you leave. But it’s okay to live and have fun^^ Wish you all the best with you new free time and your fairs, and the sewing and singing^^
    Hugs from Germany,

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