Monthly Archives: July 2017

Early walks and making a birthday cake

To avoid me crossing the road with high speed cars all around me, (or so it seems) I’ve been getting up really early to go for the first walk of the day, but you may be surprised to learn I’m … Continue reading

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Walking round Valley Park

It is so nice being out and about again with Trudy, catching up with the walkers I used to see. Today we met up with Marigold, Myrtle, and their owner. Marigold and Myrtle are french bulldogs. Gorgeous and so naughty. … Continue reading

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A miserable afternoon.

I’m sat in the lounge  watching it getting darker and darker and the rain just beginning. Strangely this brings back very happy memories. When I lived in Sussex I lived in a typical 1930’s house, three bedrooms, lounge, separate dining … Continue reading

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Quilting, memories and a good laugh

Yesterday my neighbour Mary (90’s) her sister Joy (late 80’s) called for a chat with my daughter about her quilting abilities. Joy brought with her several examples of her quilting which were lovely. Anita  (daughter) enjoyed listening to her pearls … Continue reading

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Feeling disappointed

I was really looking forward to my reflexology today and had sorted out Trudy the rescue dog with the dog carer,  so she wouldn’t start barking, which unfortunately she is apt to do. Changed out of my dog walking and … Continue reading

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Birds

Went walking early this morning and it was lovely.  Birds singing their hearts out, and again I’m wondering which birds I’m listening to, which prompted me to do some research. Did you know that a lot of goldfinches are called … Continue reading

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