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Be careful what you wish for…

Was it just one week ago?  Was it really? Well yes it was and boy have things changed since I moaned about the tiny heatwave we were enduring at the time (by we I mean me!).  Since that day it … Continue reading

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An Appointment with MTV…

  There was a time when MTV ruled the musical roost.  Oh those heady 1980’s when there was such a muzz about the place when Thriller was released.  How things have changed and yet possibly the same – we may … Continue reading

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So goodbye spring…it’ll be hard to forget you!

Well that will be a spring that will last long in the memories.   Over the last three months I think I have written enough.   Lets us just hope that the summer is a lot more uneventful than the previous 3 … Continue reading

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Garden Bound….

  After all the excitement of actually getting out and enjoying the spring weather it was back to the garden.

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Garden, Garden….

Some time ago we decided to give the garden a major make over.  It took several  years to finally get the garden the way we wanted it but now, with all of us in lockdown, the time and money have … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Me?…….

Thankfully my moody moaning has passed and I have returned to quiet resignation of my lot – this is how life is going to be from now for a while yet and there really isn’t a great deal I can … Continue reading

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I know it is for my own good but….

So I have been in lockdown conditions since the 7th March this year (I started two weeks early because of a leg injury meant I had to rest).  I know I know the lockdown is for my own good and … Continue reading

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An English Country Garden….

How many sweat flowers grow In an English country garden? Phillip Guyler / Johnny Griggs / Traditional   So the song goes…however, it doesn’t say anything about hay fever aggravating asthma!   Just to add to joy it would seem … Continue reading

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Sign of things to come…

The early blooms are starting to fade in the garden at the moment.  However, this has not stopped the pollen count to be high which in turn has aggravated my asthma so as I sit here I have sore eyes … Continue reading

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Must it contain people?…

It would be exciting to say that huge momentous things happened to me this summer.  It would be but they didn’t.  Instead life just moved on with me along for the ride.   Perhaps this is reflected in my photographs of … Continue reading

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