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Outrageous FSI

We were sitting in the pub at lunchtime, enjoying our roasts when I suddenly smelled the unmistakable aroma of fox poo. It sort of wafted by my nose. It couldn’t be Day-z, I said, because she was on the other … Continue reading

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Moving it all back

Today was, basically, the opposite of Monday, comprising me putting everything back in the bedroom and study. It also included the distribution of various items of clothing from where they’d been deposited in the lounge room, given they had nowhere … Continue reading

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The grass keeps getting greener

I have discovered the worst thing about being teetotal. This afternoon, in a rare moment of blue sky and sunshine, I heard Dave (next door) start mowing. I looked at the sky then at the grass and figured he was … Continue reading

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Days best forgotten

A year ago, we were on our way to the heat and humidity of New York. Two years ago, we were basking in the sunshine in beautifully blue Brittany. This year we are being kept indoors by the ceaseless bad … Continue reading

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My visit with Sandra

Firstly, let me say that I’m getting a lot closer with my photograph of a crow in flight. This is the best of today’s efforts. I’m almost happy with it. The poodles quite expertly chased it into the air after … Continue reading

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One handed typing

You really notice it when you lose the use of something you take for granted! For instance, I decided to take the dogs for a walk today (not just to ease their boredom) but I had to keep them on … Continue reading

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Working from home

Some strange night visitor (I’m pretty sure it’s nothing more mysterious than a cat) knocked over a few of the gladiolus spears. They refused to stand up straight this morning so I clipped them and plonked them in a vase … Continue reading

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Mow, mow, mow the lawn

The poodles went for a trim today. Kate picked them up at 11 and off they went, happy and bouncy. They returned three hours later looking like poodles rather than unshorn sheep. While they were out, I grabbed the opportunity … Continue reading

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Downpour at the tennis

In Norfolk you can buy these weather dolls – for all I know you can get them everywhere but I did see one from Norfolk recently. They can tell you the weather. They have a notice that goes with them … Continue reading

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Close call and a bargain

I joined Mirinda on the train this morning as far as Woking. My shoes have grown a hole in the sole so I needed to visit my favourite shop for a new pair. Given the rain, every time I wear … Continue reading

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