About Erin



I started this blog to share quotes and ended up learning code and sharing my photography. I’ll be sharing creative writing, photography, quotes and coding projects that I’m working on.  Hope you will check it out.

What to expect

  1. Inspiring Quotes
  2. Photography
  3. Tutorials
  4.  Creative writing 
  5. Spaces&Places


Take a look at some Sample Quotes:


 You failSimple


Favorite Things:  Snail Mail- I love getting letters and parcels in the mail,  Thunderstorms, vinyl records,  The Beatles, I love Lucy, Golden Girls, Tea, Stickers, Journals, BubbleWrap, all things Miyazaki, StarTrek, Sherlock, old books, Dr. Who..classic movies. The list goes on.

Ideal Dinner Guests: Morgan Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, John Green, Neil Gaiman,  JJ Abrams, Patrick Stewart, James Earl Jones … Who’s in? List your ideal dinner guests in the comments.

Favorite Writers: Roald Dahl, Tolkien, Bronte, Lewis, Neil Gaiman

Feel free to click the Follow Button if you would like regular updates.


You can also check out my Pinterest profile and a great group for any Bloggers or Writers.

Thanks for stopping by,

Erin Waldie

38 replies »

  1. I personally enjoy the commenting interaction more than getting hundreds of followers. Thanks for popping by. I’m with you on C S Lewis, and Morgan Freeman, Photography, Writing and Travel. remind me what part of the world are you in?

    • I love meeting and hearing from bloggers 🙂 You have a great blog by the way and looking forward to seeing more of your photos. CS lewis is one of my favourite authors- he always has been. I ‘am from Canada – the really cold and snowy part (lol). Where are you from and who are your favourite authors?

  2. I’m Cornish, but currently live in Sussex near Gatwick Airport. I have a live in Canadian daughter-in-law, it’s a long story but our Grandson is having treatment for leukaemia. My current favourite Author (by miles) is Robert Harris, another of his books is packed for my flight to Hong Kong tomorrow. I’m a slow reader, but er what else do I like (next to The Bible) the classics. Dickens, Victor Hugo, and perhaps my all time favourite The Count of Monte Christo, Victor Hugo.

    • Great list! Your going to HongKong? Hope you have a great trip and take pictures. Dickens is one of my favourites and all the authors you mentioned are fantastic. Did you watch the film The Count Of Monte Christo with Jim Caviezel? And sorry to hear about your Grandson , hope the treatment is helping.

      • I loved it, and then read the book years later. There’s so much more to the book, but apart from the pompous director (or was it producer) I can’t fault the essence of the film as it interprets snippets of the story.

    • Thanks for stopping by and your comment! I just googled her, she just went on my reading list, thanks for the name 🙂 Some of her novels showed up on Abe Books, one of my favorite sites. Who are your favorite authors?

  3. I made it at last! Not had a proper look around yet but will do. Although I’m from the UK, and very much settled here now, I lived in Calgary (the less snowy part!) for a few years. Miss the mountains but enjoying getting to know the Kent countryside. Great to find someone else who also loves snail mail and real books!

    • Thanks for stopping by 🙂 The countryside sounds peaceful. I was just in Northern Ireland for Christmas so enjoyed the mild weather. One of my favourite parts of traveling to the UK is exploring the used bookstores. I love Calgary its amazing minus the frigid winters.. I do enjoy getting a good hand written letter in the mail.. I don’t know when the last one was. It seems letters are becoming a thing of the past. Hope you had a great Christmas.

      • Winters in Calgary felt pretty cold to me! One year we were able to spend a few days in Vancouver and enjoyed leaving the snow and ice behind for a bit. I am often to be found out walking in the Kent countryside; it’s a lovely way to get away from the busyness for a while and, of course, a great excuse to get the camera out!

    • Thanks.. Please do come back and visit again. . I will be visiting your blog more often,you have such a great blog and followed you:)

  4. ‘Ello… me again. So, here’s a message from Türkiye to say “thank you”. I appreciate your recent ‘follow’, knowing how many interesting and entertaining blogs there are out there.

    Blogging since June 2013, my little corner of the world tries to offer an eclectic smattering of posts, from basic amateur photography, to sharing my travel adventures over the decades, as well as day-to-day happenings here on our fruit farm in southern Turkey. I also throw in a few of my observations on life and lighter-hearted stuff for good measure.

    You are more than welcome to have a look around, stay a while and have a trawl through my collection. There are plenty of categories within the drop-down menus to help in said digging process. Of course, if you have any comments, suggestions or concerns, feel free to let me know – I’m not easily offended 🙂

    Will check out your neck of the woods as promised – Hope you have a great day…


    • Thanks so much for the comment.. Glad you enjoyed my blog and hope you will visit soon 🙂 I will share more artwork, its fantastic.

  5. If you had Patrick Stewart and/or JJ Abrams at your dinner gathering, I’d probably pass. But, I would not mind meeting Dave Tennant, Rue McClannan (Blanch from Golden Girls), Betty White (Rose, Golden Girls) and Miyazaki. I worry Gaiman might make me a tad jealous or more paranoid.

    • Haha, Betty White would be a fantastic addition. I agree about Gaiman.. his work is amazing I would feel a tad intimidated by his presence and then question why he didn’t make a sequel to The Graveyard Book.

  6. Thank you for taking the time to wander through my gallery of images and haiku. Erin is my most favorite name…as my daughter and granddaughter, both are Erin. I would love to lunch with President Obama, historical haiku writers, Freud, Jung and of course, the Dalai Lama. I enjoyed visiting.

  7. Hello Erin, I have found your interesting blog through pinterest which is my addiction site:), I really love your contents, am also a big fan of Mayazaki, thank you.

    • Thank-you so much for dropping by!! It’s great hearing from Miyazaki fans. What is your favorite Miyazaki flick? Spirited Away is one of mine. He has made so many. Pinterest is also on my favorite sites list. Have a great day.

  8. just ‘caught on’ to your blog through Pinterest; we have quite a few shared interests! dinner guests and authors, i wd have to add Charles Dickens and Kurt Vonnegut for starters. i look forward to future blogs. thanks

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