Posted by: Admin | September 4, 2010


Well, here were are, nine weeks into the project50 experiment and it’s finally happened. No, I’m not speechless (thank you very much, those of you who thought it) but I am bereft. Distraught. Temporarily bowed in defeat. I am, dear reader, an interviewer without an interviewee. For the first time I am unable to present you with a Saturday interview. Nor next week, if the truth be known, for I am off to photograph surfers and a wedding (and to hug my errant daughter) and won’t be able to hunt anyone down.

So this blog is by way of both an apology and a plea – I can’t do this alone, folks, I need some input from you. No, not you, I know you make regular contributions and I’m very grateful. Of course I’ve noticed… stop sulking! No, I’m talking to YOU. I need you to come forward with your story, or introduce that interesting neighbour of yours who took up sky-diving at 50. You know, the one with the plaster cast on her leg. Or maybe you’ve always fancied yourself as a bit of a writer and you’ve got something to say that might interest the project50 community. I can’t promise to publish and I do reserve the right to edit, but I’d love to feature other people’s work too if it fits with the project, so send it to Have another look at the “Taking Part” page and see what you can do.

Come October I will, as regular readers will know, be giving up my nine to five to become self-employed full-time and I am looking forward to developing the project further. There are so many subjects I want to explore with you all and I’m excited too at the prospect of really turning things up a notch. In the meantime, I’ll do my best to keep you entertained, but I am only one gal with a mere 24 hours in her days, (and I am nearly 50, y’know) so please do get in touch.

Or I could put it another way: H.E.L.P.!




  1. Nutter.

    Have a lovely time in the west. x

  2. Takes one to know one! x

  3. […] month, I published a plea for more people to come forward with their stories and I’m very pleased to say that I will be […]

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