Monthly Archives: November 2010

Winter

The snow has well and truly arrived.  Our house sits at the bottom of a short but steep drive, and we’ve put one car at the top for emergency use, but other than that our journeys will be on foot … Continue reading

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Snow!

I don’t have photos to prove it, but I can’t let it go unrecorded.  Last night it snowed.  Today it snowed some more.  It’s not actually snowing at this moment, but snow is in the forecast.  Yesterday, when the first … Continue reading

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Home again

We’ve been in Scotland for a few days visiting an 87 year old aunt who until recently was living independently, even driving herself to the hairdresser and supermarket each week.  Her usual outing a couple of weeks ago ended with … Continue reading

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My Happy Place

Today is no day for gardening.  We still have really high winds, and apart from visiting the allotment to ensure everything was tethered, I haven’t ventured far.  So it seems like the right time to focus on knitting and such, … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day

At 11:00am I was in a shop doorway observing 2 minutes silence.  My eyes were drawn to the chocolate and cookie display right in front of me.  I couldn’t help but think how the lads in the trenches so long … Continue reading

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Hello world!

I’ve fancied blogging for a while now.  It’s not that I think I have anything particularly interesting to say, and I don’t expect it will be of much interest to the world at large, so I expect it will be … Continue reading

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