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Monthly Archives: December 2016
What did you do today?. Usual doggy walk with some friends. Uppermost in our thoughts was of course the delights of New Years Eve with some amusing insights. Some ladies felt that wearing trackie bottoms,taking off your bra, reclining on … Continue reading
As we near the end of 2016 and looking forward to the New Year (or not) every time I open the fridge there is one bottle of wine unopened just waiting to be drunk. I bought it along with others … Continue reading
Gorgeous morning, cold but wonderful sunrise. The only thing I hate is scrapping my car off. I enjoy being out in the cold but thawing out the car is horrible. Freezing cold hands,because if I wear my gloves I manage … Continue reading
I’m writing this blog on Boxing Day. Did you enjoy the “big” day. I had a calm and peaceful one. I hope you did too. Lou opened her presents first. One from Natalie the dog walker (treats) she knows the … Continue reading
Christmas Eve and everyone seems to be going mad again. Shops full to bursting, shelves half empty and tempers frayed, but I miss all of that. When the children and grandchildren arrived for the holidays I was only too happy … Continue reading